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Galaxy Tab S4: Samsung's tablet gets Android Pie

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Samsung continues to strive to equip its own devices with the latest Android Pie. Now the Galaxy Tab S4 gets the update.

The update will initially only be rolled out in France, and there, too, Samsung will initially supply all devices with a built-in SIM card slot for LTE. This means that the group is a month behind the actual plan we were about here wrote. With Android Pie there is One UI and the security update for March 2019. The latter suggests that the update should appear as planned in March, but there were delays. It is not yet known when the WiFi models will be provided with the latest update. It is also unknown when the tablets in Germany and Austria will receive the update.

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René

"This means that the company is a month behind the actual plan we wrote about here" which plan? Please also link these when mentioned, because I'm interested, thank you!

René

That's how it should be. Thank you!