Samsung has finally started rolling out the long-awaited Lollipop update for the Wi-Fi-only version of its Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) tablet. The two year-old device carrying a model designation SM-P600 follows its LTE (SM-P605) brother, which started getting Android 5.1 a month earlier.
The Exynos 5420 powered device, released two years ago, naturally comes second to the cellular model with a Snapdragon 800 inside. A similar pattern was observed with the different versions of the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2.
The update for the S-Pen-packing 10-incher weighs in at 1.3GB and has first been made available in Spain, with other countries to follow. The more impatient among you can hit the link down below, where you can download the firmware for manual flashing.
5.1.1 has been released a month ago for the LTE version. Ipads are toys btw. No pen, mediocre multi window, no Linux support. This tablet is the only true tablet in the market. Xperia Z4 is also good but has no development by the community.
No multi window, no pen. Wake me up when Google finally adopt those (and both are must for android, you simply can't go back if your used to them). AOSP is great for phones, but it is not build for tablets and it shows. All my phones run AOSP ...
Glad I lef sammy. Pure android is.much much better