You're kinda making my point. The issues mentioned in the articles/posts from 2-3 years ago are really done now. Turnover in mobile devices is 2 years. Therefore it's a moot point. The non-moot point is that you've discovered a "bug" in whatever the default browser is for the Tab 2. Now, how many people show up on your site using that browser/device combination? Is it even possible to find out? If so, is that number of users worth 5,6,10, or more hours of kvetching and recoding?
Only you can answer those questions. But my guess is the answer to the last question is "no". If your time is worth $50/hour the ROI quickly disappears.
All that stated, if you want to find out the answer to this problem just to learn how to solve it, good on ya mate. Been there. If your OCD side won't let you walk away from it I understand that also. Spent inordinate amounts of time solving "bugs" that an ordinary user would never find.
Anyway, if any of the previous paragraph describes you, good luck .