After Verizon’s release of Marshmallow update for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, now others two major variants AT&T and T-Mobile also come with announcements. This week both carriers have started to roll out Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update on their supported Galaxy Tab S2.
T-Mobile has started to push this update out from Monday, July 18 while AT&T has officially announced the update this weekend. Going further back, at beginning of June, Verizon started pushing out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow to their model of Galaxy Tab S2. Although it isn’t usually the case, but T-Mobile is the last among three largest carriers of US to get marshmallow update on this tablet.
In addition, users of Galaxy Tab S2 can expect many haldful of things that they will be getting after moving their device OS from Android 5.1 Lollipop to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The new features come with the update are Doze Mode, App Standby, Google Now on Tap and redesigned app permissions. Doze Mode and App Standby will help to boost up the battery life. Moreover, a new feature called NumberSync specifically for samsung tablets is also came with the update which lets the users to make and receive voice and video calls while using the existing mobile number.
The T-Mobile update displace software version of Tab 2 to T817TUVU2BPF1. The update weighs 1022 MB of data. In order to update the device, you will need to charge Tab S2 to minimum 50%.
Samsung had released Tab S2 9.7 and S2 8.0 in September last year. Both variant have same aspect ratio of 4:3 with 8MegaPixel rear and 2.1 MP front camera, 3GB of RAM, 32&64 GB Internal memory supported by a Quadcore 1.9GHz & Quadcore 1.3GHz Octacore application processor. These are the latest premium line tablets released by Samsung until today.