The Galaxy Tab S7 has received its first pre-release firmware update

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The Galaxy Tab S7 series is a only couple of days away from shipping to early adopters in many markets and Samsung is already launching the first OTA firmware update for the tablet duo, or at least the Galaxy Tab S7+. The firmware update weighs a little under 350MB and as expected given the age of the device, it includes the August 2020 security patch.The changelog is as generic as it gets, but similar to the first Galaxy Note 20 firmware update, it should provide bug fixes, performance improvements, and/or activate some missing features. This is a way for Samsung to make sure that the software experience is as fleshed out as possible on the first day of market availability, and Galaxy Tab S7+ buyers will have the firmware update waiting for them as soon as they unbox the tablet. Just tap the notification or open Settings on the device, access Software update and tap Download and install.The software version remains unchanged but that’s simply because the Galaxy Tab S7 series already ships with the latest, i.e., Android 10 and One UI 2.5. Nevertheless, the Galaxy Tab S7 lineup is now guaranteed by Samsung to receive three major software updates instead of two, which technically means that owners should eventually be getting Android 11, 12, and 13 (tentative names) in the coming years.

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