The Galaxy Tab S6 by Samsung is one of the high-end tablets launched a couple of years back. The tab features a 10.5 inch Super AMOLED display paired with up to 256GB storage and 8GB RAM. The Android 9.0 (Pie) fuels the device out of the box along with Snapdragon 855. The tabs provide a dual 13MP camera at the rear side and a single 8MP snapper at the front.
Note: This is an update tracker and will be updated frequently in Descending Order (Date) with the updates of the Galaxy Tab S6.
Galaxy Tab S6 Updates Tracker
- [June 23, 2022]: The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is receiving a new update with May 2022 security patch. Samsung is rolling out the update in Brazil that can identify by the firmware version P615XXU4EVES.
- [May 16, 2022]: Samsung is finally releasing the goodness of Android 12-based One UI 4.1 for the Galaxy Tab S6 LTE in the US. The update is currently rolling out on Sprint’s and T-Mobile’s networks via firmware version T867USQU7DVD2. Also, it brings along the March 2022 security patch to improve system privacy.
- [March 22, 2022]: The Galaxy Tab S6 and S6 Lite getting the Android 12 update based on One UI 4.0. The package adds the February 2022 and March 2022 security patch respectively to both devices. For the Galaxy Tab S6, the build is rolling out in Germany via firmware version T865XXU5DVC3. While, for the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, the update is available in France via firmware number P615XXU4EVC5.
- [February 28, 2022]: The February 2022 security patch is extending to the Galaxy Tab S6 in the US. The update is available for the carrier-locked models on Sprint and T-Mobile’s networks via firmware version T867USQS7CVB1.
- [February 21, 2022]: The Galaxy Tab S6 is getting a new update in Germany via firmware version T865XXU5CVB1. It packs the February 2022 security patch. Also, the build may resolve some general bugs and improve the device’s stability.
- [February 7, 2022]: The January 2022 security patch is extending to the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite in India and France. The update arrives on firmware version P615XXS4DUL5.
- [January 11, 2022]: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is receiving a new software update via the firmware version P615XXS4DUL5. The build is rolling out in France with January 2022 security patch.
- [December 23, 2021]: The Galaxy Tab S6 is upgrading with the December 2021 security patch. The build arrives on firmware version T865XXS5CUL1 which is currently rolling out in Germany, while other regions could follow soon.
- [August 11, 2021]: Samsung is sending the current security maintenance, August 2021 to the Galaxy Tab S6. Arriving on firmware version T865XXOS4CUG1, the update is live in Germany and Korea. The user of the device globally does not have to wait for a long time now. The patch fixes 40 privacy and security-related vulnerabilities.
- [June 1, 2021]: The Galaxy Tab S6 at Sprint is receiving an Android 11 update with One UI 3.1 skin on top. The latest firmware for the tab arrives on firmware version T867USQU4CUE1. Along with the Android 11 One UI 3.1 goodies, the update arrives with the May 2021 Android security patch. To read the official changelog, head here.
- [May 13, 2021]: The Verizon network carrier-based Galaxy Tab S6 devices have started picking the Android 11 update. The update comes with One UI 3.1 Skin, and it is seeding on the build version RP1A.200720.012.T867VVRU4CUD3. Tt features the April 2021 Security Patch, carries several new features, and on the off chance, it may comprise bug fixes for known issues. visit our dedicated article for more details.
- [March 3, 2021]: Samsung has now started seeding the One UI 3.1 update to the Galaxy Tab S6 users. After its launch with One UI 2.5, the Galaxy Tab S6 has directly received the One UI 3.1 update now. In the meantime, it has skipped the One UI 3.0 update. Identified by the build version T865XXU4CUB7 and it weighs nearly 2.2GB in size. The update is currently spinning out to German users only. Tap here to read the official changelog of the update.
The update is rolling out in batches to the different serial numbers. So, Galaxy Tab S6 owners can expect the update notification to reach them anytime soon. But if you’re feeling particularly impatient, you can attempt triggering the download manually. To do this, head to Settings > Software update, and click Download and install.