Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S8 series Wi-Fi models received an update a few days ago. Again the South Koreans are working on the stability of the tablets. Samsung tablets officially receive a software update every quarter. Or if you have one of the Wi-Fi Galaxy Tab S8 models, every two weeks. At least, that’s how it’s been going since April. And now, at the end of June, nothing will change.
For a few days, the umpteenth update has been ready for the Wi-Fi Galaxy Tab S8 series in a relatively short time. Again, the new firmware – X*00XXU2AVF5, about 263MB – does not bring a new security patch – it has been on May for almost two months.
Funnily enough, the channels have also been unchanged for four updates: ” Overall stability of your device has been improved.” Of course, we then wonder a bit what exactly has become better in terms of stability. Do you have insights into this? Do you notice any clear improvements in the latest update? Let us know below!
As we mentioned: The most recent Tab S8 updates only appeared for the Wi-Fi models. The 5G versions do it a lot quieter. So you can download this week’s update if you have a Wi-Fi Tab S8, Tab S8+, or a Tab S8 Ultra. It doesn’t matter whether you bought it in the Netherlands or Belgium, or even elsewhere in Europe.
If you like our news and you want to be the first to get notifications of the latest news, then follow us on Twitter and Facebook page and join our Telegram channel. Also, you can follow us on Google News for regular updates.