Samsung Galaxy S2 tab users have reasons to rejoice as the smartphone maker is likely to choose to introduce update to latest operating system in the near future. Just a few weeks ago, users spotted Samsung Galaxy S2 tab with the latest Android operating system fueling rumors that Samsung may eventually roll out the update for all users.
Currently there are six S2 tab versions, all of which are certified by Wi-Fi alliance. All of these versions work on the latest Android Nougat 7.0. Sadly, this may be the last update for Samsung Galaxy S2 tab.
It is expected that the update will go live for unlocked units first. Nevertheless, fans are hopeful that the carrier-branded versions will also be updated soon.
Previously, it was suspected that Samsung may not bring the update to the S2 tabs since the devices are quite old. However, the report on Nashville Chatter Class elaborates that the Wi-Fi alliance certification means that the devices will go in for update shortly.
The update will be available for the 2015 and 2016 version. The tab models come with a super AMOLED display and some really impressive features. It was originally launched with the Android 5.0 operating system. Later on Samsung updated it to Android Marshmallow and now the devices will soon be updated to Android 7.0.
Rumor has it that Samsung will be introducing the update for its other devices as well in the following weeks. The updated Android means that the devices will feature a Quick Panel with integrated S Finder. Other features include a pop-up and split screen windows for being able to work on more things at the same time. Phone Arena further elaborates that Nougat will also bring in a newly added Performance mode with four types of optimizations for entertainment and battery life, and the Samsung Pass login manager.
Watch the video to check out the review of the Samsung S2 Tab device: