Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 and Tab S5e are getting Android 10 and OneUI 2.1
It seems that Samsung decided to pay attention to their tablets. After receiving praise from its users with frequent updates of their smartphones, it was time for tablets to receive Android 10 and OneUI 2.1
Samsung may have changed things when it comes to upgrading their smartphones, but unfortunately, Samsung’s tablets are not getting the attention they deserve for a long time.
Now, even if belatedly, the Samsung began to upgrade the Galaxy Tab S6 since last month and now the Galaxy Tab S4 and the Galaxy Tab s5e are getting the upgrade.
Bringing all the improvements made by Google on Android 10, such as gesture navigation and enhanced dark mode, this update also contains the improvements and adjustments made by Samsung with One UI 2.0. This includes changes to the layout of the quick settings, a built-in screen recorder, and more.
The update brings all the improvements of OneUI in version 2.0 and 2.1, which brings several new features, improvements in dark mode, screen recording, access to quick settings, gesture navigation, shortcuts on the lock screen, one-handed operation, improvements to facial unlocking, in addition to Quick Share file sharing and the Single Take camera mode.
Although these updates are only arriving now, users are grateful, after all there are several new features, bringing survival to the devices.
So far, the One UI 2.1 update for Android 10 is being released in France, the United States and Canada for the Galaxy Tab S4 and the United Kingdom for the Galaxy Tab S5e, delivering the June 2020 security patches for both tablets.
Other regions should follow in the coming days and weeks, so keep an eye on the device. As with other releases, the update includes everything on Android 10, in addition to the various enhancements present in One UI 2.0 and 2.1, including improvements to the devices’ cameras.
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