Android Lollipop
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 finally Lollipoped in the era of Marshmallow Google

Users of Samsung's Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 LTE variant tablets can now check their devices for the official Android 5.1.1 (Lollipop) OTA build. This slate was released in 2014 and prior to the latest rollout ran the now outdated Android 4.4.4 (KitKat) out of the box.

Now, Android 5.1.1 for Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 LTE is live in the Nordic countries comprising Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Iceland and Norway, as per a SamMobile report. The latest OS update is applicable to devices bearing model number SM-T905.

This rollout also suggests an extended rollout to Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 LTE users residing in various other geographical regions of the world. The newer Lollipop build bears firmware number T905XXUBOI1 (CSC number– T905OXABOH8).

According to GSMArena, users should observe Android 5.1.1 OS update in the form of a bulky 1.3GB-sized file. This should take a comparatively long time to download and install within slates.

Upon installation, users should be able to observe newer enhancements such as newer animation effects, revamped/smooth user interface, improved battery life of the tablet, task switcher animation effects working faster and a host of conventional performance (and stability) improvements along with bug fixes.

Recently, Google's Android 5.1.1 (Lollipop) OS update was made live to users of the global variants of Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 smartphones. This update is crucial as it signifies the future rollout of Android M (Android 6.0) to these handsets.

The Galaxy Note 4 is already one among the list of confirmed Galaxy smartphones eligible to receive Android M OS update. Google could release the public version of its newest OS to older flagship handsets by the end of 2015.