weird update politics from samsung...
So after a quick look at sammobile.com I'm really confused.
In the past 4-5 month there have been several releases of firmwares for our note 10.1 2014 p600:
-3 firmwares for Trinidad and Tobago
-3 releases for Chile
-2 for Hong Kong, Peru, Taiwan, Uruguay
-1 for Mexico and 1 for Spain.
I really don't get it why Samsung is fine tuning the os for those countries while there haven't been a KitKat release in others. Yes I know it's no problem to install a firmware from another country or a custom Rom based on KitKat (that's what I'm using since half a year) but I just don't get it. Did they sell a lot more tablets in those countries? Are they "testing" it there? Do they just roll a dice? Where is the logic behind this, it makes absolutely no sense to me.
I'm really happy with my tablet and it's running great with xKat custom Rom but this is really bugging me and the tablet isn't even on the market for a full year!
Any insight is appreciated.
Phone: Samsung Galaxy S III | Stock rooted
Tablet: Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition Wifi | Stock rooted