• Android 5.1.1. firmware update has finally arrived on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014.

Android 5.1.1. firmware update has finally arrived on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014. (Photo : YouTube)

The much-awaited Android 5.1.1. firmware update for the 2014 edition of Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Wi-Fi variant has finally arrived.

Similar to the recent firmware released by T-Mobile for the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 (SM-P607T) model, the Android improvement for the Wi-Fi variant (SM-P600) of the Samsung tablet can now be downloaded for free, according to SamMobile.

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In addition, information about the efficient Android 5.1.1 update revealed that the build date was Oct. 23, Friday.

On the other hand, the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition originally comes with the upgradeable Android 4.3 mobile operating system, as reported by Mashable.

Supporting the tablet's firmware are 3GB of RAM and an internal storage that starts from 16GB and amounts to about 64GB for the high-end model. If a user wanted more space for keeping games, apps and other media files, the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition supports external storage for up to an impressive 64GB through microSD.

Instead of a vanilla Android user interface, the tablet has the Samsung UI combined with Android elements such as the Google Chrome web browser.

The SM-P600 tablet's 10.1-inch display packs a 2560 x 1600 WQXGA resolution with a 2MP secondary camera in front. The rear side of the Note 10.1 2014 Edition has an exceptional 8MP camera integrated with LED flash. Thus, the Samsung device can easily record 1080p high-definition videos at 60fps.

Consequently, the 3G and LTE versions of the SM-P600 are about 547g, while the Wi-Fi variant is relatively lighter with a weight of 540g. Despite this, both models sport an 8,220mAh battery.

The South Korean tech giant's 2014 version of the 2012 Galaxy Note 10.1 was released globally in October 2013. Consumers had the choice to pick a black or white 16GB model for $549.99, or acquire a black or white 32GB variant for $599.99.

Each price tag covered for the two-year subscription to Dropbox, a one-year period to utilize the in-flight Wi-Fi of Boingo, a three-month subscription to streaming service Hulu, and Google Play credits worth $25 for apps and $50 for films and television shows.