Galaxy Tab S8 gets stable Android 14 update

Over the last few weeks, Samsung has been incredibly successful. The firm has launched the stable One UI 6.0 upgrade for the Galaxy Tab S8 series, which is based on Android 14, two days after releasing the stable Android 14 update for the Galaxy Tab S9 series.

In European nations, the stable version of Android 14 for the Galaxy Tab S8, Galaxy Tab S8+, and Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is now accessible. Firmware version X906BXXU5CWK7 for the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is included with the upgrade. The firmware versions that the upgrades should include for the Galaxy Tab S8 and Tab S8+ are X706BXXU5CWK7 and X806BXXU5CWK7, respectively. This update also applies the November 2023 security patch to certain high-end tablets.

You may now check for the stable Android 14 update on your Galaxy Tab S8 series device if you live in Europe. Open the Settings app on your device, then select Software Update > Download and Install. Our firmware database should soon have the firmware files as well. The Galaxy Tab S8 series gains a number of new features and design enhancements with One UI 6.0.

Samsung foldables have also received stable Android 14 update

For the past few months, Samsung has been testing the One UI 6 beta software on the finest Galaxy devices. But for the Galaxy S23 and, more recently, the S22 series, it has only released the stable Android 14 upgrade thus far. The update is now accessible for its 2023 foldables, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5. After applying the update, you could find that your phone has more space because One UI 6 computes free storage space differently. Before the end of this month, a significant number of Galaxy smartphones will receive the stable One UI 6 update, according to an Android 14 release timeline that Samsung released for Europe.

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