A couple of weeks back, Samsung released the latest stable channel to the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019) units in Vietnam. As expected, the company is unfurling the Android 11 update to the device in more regions. The tab was launched in 2019 with Android 9 Pie pre-installed.
The latest software is arriving for the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 units with model numbers SM-T515 and SM-T515N. The update is live in South Korean, European, and Asian markets via firmware versions T515NKSU8CUF6
. While other dozen territories will also bag the package soon. Talking about changes, the build brings June 2021 security patch
along with Android 11 goodies.
The latest stable channel drives a refreshed UI design, one-time permissions, auto permissions reset, chat bubbles, smart media and device controls, and much more. Moreover, the update adds enhancements, optimizations, features, and improvements to the system for a more seamless experience.
Alongside, the firmware adds the ability to remove GPS location data from images and brings easier access to smart home controls. Samsung Internet, stock apps, and Samsung Keyboard are improved with the new update. Furthermore, the build drives several new lock screen options, a dedicated media player widget below quick setting toggles, and a conversations section in the notifications area.
As usual, it is a phased rollout and may take a few days or weeks to reach each unit. Therefore, the users in their respective countries will have to wait for a while. Alternatively, the user can also track the update manually by heading to Settings > Software updates > check for the updates.