Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE 5G gets its first software update in the US

The Galaxy Tab S9 FE 5G is the latest device in the tablet lineup of Samsung and is introduced as the lite version of the main Galaxy Tab S9 series. It was released in October, with two models, including the base and a plus. Both of the models came with Android 13 preinstalled. These devices were promised to get software updates for up to 5 years, and now they have started receiving them.

The Galaxy Tab S9 FE 5G started receiving the November 2023 patch. The update is currently spotted on the Verizon network for the locked variant and carries the firmware version number X518USQU1AWK3. With the latest update, don’t expect any major changes because it is one of the device maintenance updates that manages the internal functions so the devices can be more secure.

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Going to details, the November 2023 update for the Galaxy devices is coming with a lot of enhancements under the internal functions of devices; more specifically, there are more than 60 fixes added, and from them, 49 patches are included by Google and 15 patches are added by Samsung, which improve the Android OS and Galaxy devices functionality, respectively.

The latest update is now available for Galaxy Tab S9 FE 5G devices on Verizon. If you are also using the same devices, then you can easily download the update. If you have received the notification about the update, you can easily download it by tapping on it, but if you haven’t received it yet, you can also manually update it by going to the software update option inside the main system settings.

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