Carrier-locked Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G updated to December 2023 patch in the US

Samsung is gradually shifted towards the security update from the Android 13 update; for a few days, the company has constantly been distributing its major update to its devices, but then the company is turning to security firmware updates. Nowadays, Samsung is pushing the January 2023 security update for its devices. Still, some devices are stuck in older updates. Let’s Know more about it.

Some devices are receiving the December 2022 security patch update, like the Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G is now receiving the one-month-old update in the US. Currently, the carrier-locked variant by the Verizon network is getting the update. Users who own the device can identify the update by the firmware version number X808USQU2BVL2 for Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G.

The December 2022 update doesn’t bring any new features; it is a normal maintenance update that enhances the overall performance and stability of the device. Moreover, the update brings fixes related to security vulnerabilities.

The Galaxy Tab S8+ was launched in 2022 and came with Android 12 out of the box; recently, the device has received the Android 13 update, as released the last year. The device is eligible for two more Android updates as well as it will also receive some further security updates in the coming time.

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