Android Marshmallow 6.0 starts to roll out to 8.4′ Galaxy Tab S in Germany
Just a few weeks ago, the owners of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S smartphones were downcast with news that came out to suggest that their OEM is not planning to provide any support that would see them get a bump to the Android Marshmallow 6 and just a few days after that, they were brightened up with news from Netherlands which asked them to kill such thoughts and rest their minds.
As it only remained a matter of time when they would get it, the transition was fast and as far back as two days ago, users of the 10.5-inch variant of the smartphone in Germany started to see some updates.
Once again in Germany, the smaller screen variant that has a size of 8.4 inches is now also getting to see what being a Marshmallow device feels like. Samsung has provided a good changelog for this OS push and in it, they highlighted the reason why they think you should make the change, including new features such as greater app permissions, a better and even more beautiful app drawer, better battery life and of course, some bug fixes on the smartphone.
If your Galaxy Tab S 8.4 has been purchased from Germany, expect to get a notification soon or just head over to settings and make a manual request.
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