Good news for Samsung Tablet owners, specifially the Galaxy Tab 2 owners with rumours that Samsung is looking into a Jelly Bean update for their tablet. The rumour which originates from SamMobile states that Samsung is looking at updating the tablet to the first Jelly Bean version(Android 4.1.2) before updating to the final(Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean version before ending the software update cycle for the tablet completely.
Good news also for older Galaxy Tab(GT-P7300/GT-P7500), Galaxy Tab 7.7(GT-P6800) and Galaxy Tab Plus(GT-P6200) owners as well. Apparently Samsung is looking into how Jelly Bean runs on the Tegra 2(T20) processor from the Galaxy Tab as well as the earlier Exynos Processors inside the Galaxy Tab 7.7 and Galaxy Tab Plus to see how they handle the code from Jelly Bean.
The SamMobile tipster did advise that any dual-core smartphone or tablet will see support end on Android 4.2.2 if it gets that update though, so no Key Lime Pie will be offered. The updates will have to be out before September or presumably they will just abandon the updates.
Do you own one of the older Galaxy Tabs? Would this be welcome news or have you abandoned your tablet for something else already?