Verizon and T-Mobile have expelled program updates for a Samsung Galaxy Tab E tablets bringing a OS chronicle to Android 7.0 Nougat. Just Nougat, we say, when Oreo is already here? It’s still something for an entry-level/lower-midrange inscription that was launched tighten to 2 years ago and started out on Lollipop.
Verizon has rolled out firmwares for both a Galaxy Tab E 8.0 and a Tab E 9.6. Other than a apparent new Android version, a refurbish brings a rested Samsung UX, softened battery government options, and easier multi-tasking, Verizon says. The Android confidence patch is a Aug 1 one.
T-Mobile, on a other hand, has released a new firmware for a Tab E 8.0, though given that’s a one chronicle a conduit is selling, there’s no Tab E 9.6 on T-Mobile to be releasing an refurbish for. The Un-carrier doesn’t go into specifics on a changelog, though should be flattering identical to Verizon’s.
As usual, if we don’t get a refurbish over a air, conduct over to a source links next where we can download a files and peep them from your computer.