Samsung, the south Korean phone manufacturing giant, is really doing well by its sea of lovers all over the world by keeping to their word and releasing steady updates to their devices. Just some days ago, they announced and started to rollout the update to the Android marshmallow 6.0 platform to the Wi-Fi only variant of their Samsung Galaxy Tab s2.
We already know that devices that are supported under the name of a carrier usually takes a while before they roll out their own updates due to the tweaks that would be needed to fit their own specification but with Verizon and AT&T already having their own hands on the build, the latest member to join the club today then becomes T-Mobile.
The update comes at a total size of 1022MB and it just does not change the device’s firmware and hike it up to the marshmallow, but also adds features of the Android 6 platforms. There is the doze feature on board, granular permissions and improved app flexibility, adaptable storage mechanism and much more.
Even though Android is set to take another leap with the expected launch of the latest firmware – the Android nougat – later this year, this improvement would make life easier for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 users and prepare them for the next Android version.