Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has been one of the most fascinating smartphones of 2012. Its carriers and manufacturer have given in their best to abide by consumers’ expectations with this device. Galaxy Note 2 has received multiple utility updates since its remarkable launch in the smartphone market. Now, AT&T has released another update for this attractive flagship. This new update has brought out some innovative specs with it, which augment Note 2’s stats.
There is no information available about this update on AT&T’s official site. But some AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 2 users have reportedly received an OTA (Over-the-Air) update notification. Some updaters have revealed that the Android 4.1.2 package is about 69MB in size. This software upgrade allots a new radio along with a new Kernel. Interestingly, updaters also report that this update has enhanced the Wi-Fi connectivity and strength of the device.
Likely, you will need to download the update via Wi-Fi, else a notification ‘check again in 24 hours’ will pop up while you check for the availability of the firmware. To download this update package, you need to navigate to apps then to settings and system update and then finally to update firmware. Not much information is available on this update package, except for the traits of info forwarded by practical updaters.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 performed well after being released in September 2012. Apple iPhone 5, Sony Xperia Z, Nokia Lumia 920 and Google nexus 4 were its notable competitors.
Rumors await the launch of Galaxy Note 3. Accredited performance of Note 2 has increased user expectations over Note 3. But the device seems to be receiving attention from its carriers and the Korean tech. Rumors reveal that Samsung will be releasing some more useful updates for its Note 2, which will be facilitated to some of its US carriers.