The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 only received Updates quarterly. When Samsung decided to offer more regular updates for their phones, a lot of people were hoping that it would apply to all their devices.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 only Received Updates Quarterly
Well, not all Samsung’s devices were equally created and some ever received some older flagships and are not receiving the same treatment. This is however strange when it comes to a device that is new and is almost top-tier doesn’t get as much favor as slightly older products on that particular tier. That is the surprising situation that Samsung has placed on the Galaxy Tab S7 FE owners in the recent changes that it made to its software update schedules.
Samsung possesses three tiers of updates that represent the frequency of all those updates. The top tier received its updates every month and devices eventually move to quarterly and then biannual updates before falling off the list entirely. Premium flagship devices, both tablets, and phones began at the top, but some much newer phones, most especially from the mid-range tiers, began in the quarterly tier from the get-go.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Update Details
The list was recently updated to add new devices and move much older ones down the ladder but some unexpected was notices by 9to5Google discovered. The latest Galaxy Tab A7 Lite that was announced about two weeks ago was included in the list of devices that only receives updates every quarter, which is not surprising considering the fact that it’s a rather low-tier tablet. The Galaxy Tab S7 FE that it launched with, however, also happens to be on the same quarterly tier.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Features
The 12.4-inch tablet might not just be as high-end as its namesake but it still comes with features that it adopted from its more expensive fellows. The features include a 2560×1600 pixel resolution and support for an S pen that includes a Book cover keyboard. One might also expect or hope that, like Samsung’s Fan edition phones, it also might get some updates monthly at the beginning of its market life.
It does not matter if this was an error found on Samsung’s part or intentional remains uncertain but we still hope it’s is the former. Samsung happens to now be setting a good example of how Android updates should be done.