Samsung Galaxy Note II updated to KitKat
Every time a new Android version is launched many users fear and doubt whether their device will receive that update. Something that really bothers them because there are many terminals that are stuck on an old version of Android could run perfectly in a new one, just look at the development of ROMs, which brings you to your forgotten device new versions. The lifetime is not only the life of your battery, the correct operation of each inner part, but also manufacturers support as software is concerned. This topic is something important because we will see how many old devices will be upgraded to Android L can run it to perfection. In this case, the Samsung Galaxy Note II has been without an update for more than 18 months of life, longer than promised by the manufacturers.
Samsung Galaxy Note II is one of the most famous phablets of Samsung, the South Korean company, one of the biggest around the world. The Samsung Galaxy Note II was included in the upgrading schedule of Samsung devices chosen to be updated to KitKat. Perhaps this inclusion was not really surprising as obviously the Galaxy Note III was includedand the idea of leaving behind just the previous version would be distasteful to their owners.
The performances included in this terminal were certainly good enough for Android OS KitKat. Exynos 4 quad-core processor with 1.6 GHz, 2 GB RAM and GPU ARM-Mali 400. Actually, Samsung Galaxy Note II is a good terminal and may take heart comparing to many of the smartphones in the market now, so it’s a good choice.
Source: El Android Libre.