The Galaxy Tab S7 gets the first taste this time around
Summer is so close you can almost smell it, and its arrival promises to bring us more than just long days, hot nights and afternoons at the beach – it also means Samsung’s upcoming security patches for its Galaxy phones should be around the corner. But Samsung being Samsung, it couldn’t even wait until June to roll out its next patches, and today we’re starting particularly early with the Galaxy Tab S7.
Samsung is no stranger to skipping its monthly patches, and one arriving even a full week early is hardly out of the question. But today’s premature release is certainly one of the first yet, starting to hit Galaxy tablets with June still so far away.
We originally spotted a changelog for the June patch for Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G. XDA Developers observes that the update also affects the standard S7 Tab and notes that distribution is underway in South Korea and across Europe.
How many more Galaxy devices will see their updates drop before June even gets here? We’ll update this post as we learn the rest.
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