The phones take up almost all the news on the market in Android, and the amount and pace of their launch justifies it, but the tablets also have their place and Samsung is one of those responsible for keeping it that way. Every now and then an exponent of his Galaxy Tab family in stores and it is also their turn to upgrade.

The two models that have to get dressed now with a new operating system are the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, launched on the market in August 2018, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e, which arrived not so long ago. The two tablets receive the latest version of the Google operating system, Android 10, under two different layer models: OneUI 2.0 for the S4, OneUI 2.1 for the S5e.

Last big update, first big update


The Galaxy Tab S4 is the oldest of the models that Samsung brings to this round of new updates and may in fact be the latest major update to the device given its age. Recall that we have commented that it was launched in August 2018, with Android Oreo, so the arrival of Android 10 would mean his second big update, just on the verge of finishing the two years of guaranteed updates from the Korean manufacturer.

This update, which comes with the version number T835XXU4CTF5 And with Android 10 under OneUI 2.0, it also lands thanks to the Android security patch corresponding to the month of June, so that the tablet is completely up to date for the moment. The update weighs in at roughly 2GB and appears to have already been sighted in Europe on 4G models.

As for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e, the arrival of Android 10 means leaving Android 9 Pie behind and jumping to the OneUI 2.1 layer, this being his first big update since its launch last year. The model would still have a tour in the market after an update that seems to have started from the United Kingdom and will soon be available for tablets around the world.

As in the case of the Galaxy Tab S4, the update for the S5e has a approximate weight of 2GB And it incorporates the improvements of the operating system such as the new dark mode, new transitions and also the improved gesture system of Android 10.

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