Samsung Galaxy Tab S to get Marshmallow soon

Galaxy Tab S

According to a new revelation, #Samsung is in the process of updating the #GalaxyTabS to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. For those not in the loop, the Galaxy Tab S was released in 2014. Samsung launched the Galaxy Tab S2 variants last year. These models have already started receiving the update not too long ago, so it’s only fair that the predecessor would follow suit soon, especially since it’s still in Samsung’s promised 24-month update umbrella.

It is said that the update will be sent out sometime in Q3¬†and we’re guessing the unlocked/Wi-Fi models will be first on the list followed by the carrier variants around the world. The Android 6.0 update has been a long time coming for the Galaxy Tab S, as the tablet was sold with Android 4.4 on board. Although the tablet has received the Android 5.0 update, it hasn’t seen any other major updates since then.

Do you own a Galaxy Tab S? What do you make of this news?

Via: SamMobile

One Reply to “Samsung Galaxy Tab S to get Marshmallow soon”

  1. Yes, I do have a Samsung S with Android 5.0.1 on it and use it frequently to view videos on my TV. It is convenient to be able to organize a play list on the tablet and then have a continue string of videos played since they are put in the tablets Youtube Queue. Since I have other devices, I do not use it for many of the things that it can do, but it is still valuable for being able queue up videos for non stop viewing. I would like to get the Android 6 update soon, but getting it will probably not improve my experience with it. I have a Samsung Smart TV, so most of my videos are watched there.

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