Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is one of the best tablets on the market today, especially if we look at the other Android tablets that are in a grim state. But we have good news, Galaxy Tab S4 has received a globally update on its Android Pie OS. The update will be received depending on locations, choice of carrier, and other similar factors.
Android Pie Globally Updated
The One UI-based update has been received first for the Galaxy Tab S4 tablets with LTE model, and the locations are Brazil, France, India, and Singapore. After that, both the Wi-Fi and LTE models of the Galaxy Tab S4 are receiving the update. The size of the update is around 1.4 GB, but it depends. With this new update, you have Samsung’s new One UI, and a lot of new features like a functional photo editor for the gallery. Of course, keep in mind that every update is rolling out in parts, and you could wait for a little until you receive it. It all depends on the area you live in.
What Is the New Update Bringing?
The One UI for Android Pie will have new features and a modern look. Before you upgrade, it’s essential to back up your data. Also, after you update your operating system, take note that some applications will need an individual update (Calculator, Samsung Internet, Samsung Notes, Samsung Members, Samsung Health, and Samsung Pay).
The update will provide changes to Notifications, Samsung Keyboard, Settings, Device care, Samsung DeX, Bixby, Contacts, Camera, Gallery, My Files, and other improvements and changes like Access Kids Home, Call Stickers that are discontinued and HEIF images that are now supported. The One UI is bringing content, settings, and other information reorganized on the tablet, and new designs and features are added for easy use (Night mode).
Finally, if you want to know more about the Android Pie update on Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, you can check Samsung’s website for the complete changelog.
Jeff Wilkinson is a Senior Politics Reporter at Debate Report covering provincial and national politics, . Before joining Debate Report, Jeff worked on several provincial campaigns including Jack Layton. Jeff has worked as a freelance journalist in Toronto, having been published by over 20 outlets including CBC, the Center for Media and VICE.com.