Samsung has over a year after the rollout of Android 9 Pie by Google started to supply two older tablets with the update. It should be the last major update for these two Galaxy-Tab models.
Android 9 Pie for Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Tab A (2017)
With the Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Tab A (2017) will now include two Samsung tablets, the update to Android 9 Pie, which were officially launched in 2017. At that time still with Android 7.0 Nougat on the market, it is the second large update of the operating system for these models. After more than two years on the market, it should also be the last major update for these tablets. With luck, there will still be security updates available Galaxy Keep tabs up to date.
The update to Android 9 Pie for the Galaxy Tab S3 will initially be rolled out in Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam. At the Galaxy Tab A (2017) has so far only been spotted in Malaysia – reports SamMobile. Samsung always tests new versions of the operating system first in some regions before launching the worldwide rollout. In the foreseeable future, the tablets are likely to get the update in Germany – provided there are no problems.
Android 9 Pie with "One UI" for the older ones Galaxy tabs
Samsung not only updates the version of the operating system when it comes to Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Tab A (2017), but also introduces the completely redesigned "One UI" interface. In the video above you can see the redesigned design on the new one Galaxy Look at tab S6. Both tablets are refreshed visually and functionally neat and up to date. You will have to get used to something, because with the "One UI" the service changes a bit. But you get used to it after a while. In addition, the security level will be brought to the level of August 2019.