15 February 2019
Last year Samsung announced Galaxy Tab Active 2. The Tab was one of the best-rugged options in the budget-friendly segment. Despite all goodies, it was announced with Android Nougat straight out of the box. The company delayed its release for the US market but still, it doesn't ship with the Android Oreo. From the look of the things, the company is now getting ready to roll out Android Oreo for the Tab Active 2. Today four variants of Tab Active 2 received Wi-Fi Alliance certification running on the Android Oreo 8.1.
The good thing is both the Wi-Fi and LTE variants of Galaxy Tab Active 2 clears Wi-Fi Alliance certification, this means Android Oreo update for both the devices is around the corner. The Oreo update for the Tab Active 2 is expected to roll out in November this year.
Just for the sake of reminder the Galaxy Tab Active 2 is featuring a 10-inches display with HD screen resolution of 800 x x1280 pixels. An octa-core chipset is powering the device with max clocking at 1.6Ghz and 3GB RAM. The built-in native storage is 16GB and it can be further expanded up to 256GB using MicroSD. A 4,450mAh battery is on board to keep its lights on. The primary rear camera is 8MP whereas the selfie snapper is 5MP. Being a rugged Tab it provides resistance against water and dust.
In the end, it is important to mention that Wi-Fi certification indicates the Android Oreo release is just around the corner. Stay connected, we will keep you updated.