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Samsung Might Introduce a Rugged Tablet with S-Pen Support

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Samsung is reportedly planning to introduce an advanced mid-range tablet that will have a rugged design, especially for industrial purposes. The brand is all set to launch the successor to the Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro, which was introduced in the 2nd quarter of last year. And if so, then Samsung could probably name the latest tablet as the Galaxy Tab Active 5 Pro.

Some sources reveal that Samsung’s latest tablet has model numbers, including the SM-X300, which will potentially be a Wi-Fi-only model, while the other SM-X306B might be both the Wi-Fi+5G model and the tablet. The reports say that both models have successfully cleared the FCC certification procedure in the US.

In the meantime, the revealed documents also suggested that Samsung’s upcoming tablet will have 128GB of internal storage, massive 10,000mAh battery power, 15W fast charging capability, a microSD card slot, and most prominently, it’s also coming with S-Pen support.

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The most interesting aspect of Samsung’s upcoming tablet is its capability of sporting the model number EJ-PT870. Other than that, the tablet also has Wi-Fi 6 connectivity support. Although the tablet is likely to be rugged, it might sport the IP68 ratings that make it water and dust resistant. On the flip side, the tablet might be potentially useful for users in a work or industrial area.

Furthermore, it’s not yet clear exactly what specifications Samsung’s latest tablet will hold, but if it’s a successor, then it might feature a good chipset, and it seems to have been equipped with One UI 6, based on Android 14.


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Verizon rolls out One UI 6.1 update for Galaxy Tab A9+ in the USA

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Earlier this month, Samsung rolled out the One UI 6.1 to several units of the Galaxy Tab A9 series, including Europe and Asia. Now,  with the latest development, the company has made it live in the US on the Verizon network and is expected to be available more in the next few days.

Notably, the One UI 6.1 update is now live for the locked variant of the Galaxy A9+ smartphone; it is spotted on the Verizon network, and users can identify the latest update by the firmware version number X218USQU2CXE6. With the latest update, you will get support for several new features that will enhance the experience of using the device. It is worth noticing that the update is coming with an older security update in the form of a May 2024 security patch.

One UI 6.1 features 

With the latest One UI 6.1 update, several new features have arrived. According to the official changelog, the latest update has introduced new battery protection, which will extend your battery’s lifespan. Now you can customize alarms, change the background with your own images or videos, and tap the clock to change the style. In the Gallery application, you can copy and paste images.

If you are using the Galaxy Tab A9+ smartphone in the US, you can check the update by following these simple steps: Go to system settings, now tap the software update option. Here,  touch the first option, “download and install.”  Wait until it finishes searching to see if the update is available, then tap on the download button.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G getting May 2024 security patch in the US

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Samsung has recently rolled out the One UI 6.1 update in several countries, including Canada, Europe, and South Korea. Now, with the continuation of the security update, the device has started getting the latest security patch update in the form of the May 2024 security patch.

Information Tivey: The Galaxy Tab S7 FE is spotted getting a May 2024 security patch update in the US. More specifically, the locked unit of the device was spotted getting the update with the firmware version number T738USQS9DXE3. The update is currently spotted on the US Cellular locked network, and it is expected that it may be introduced to more carriers in the next few days.

The May 2024 security patch is a normal security patch update that doesn’t bring any new features, but it will improve the overall security of the devices. According to the official documentation, the May 2024 security patch update has brought more than 50 fixes, and Google has introduced 31 patches. Meanwhile, Samsung has introduced 25 more patches to exclusively improve the working of Galaxy devices.

Along with this, the update may also provide improvements to the stability of the different functions that were recently introduced to the devices with the latest One UI 6.1 update. In case you are having any issues while using any function after the One UI 6.1 update, you should check for the latest update. To install the latest update, you can check for the latest update in the system settings.

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Verizon locked Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Galaxy A15 5G getting May 2024 security patch

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Samsung has already started rolling out the June 2024 security patch, but due to carrier restrictions, some late-comer devices are still receiving the May 2024 security patch. Here we are talking about the Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Galaxy A15 5G smartphones.

It is worth noticing that Samsung has already released the May 2024 security update for these devices but not fully expanded it to all the units, so now the remaining units, which are locked to different carriers, are gradually getting the security patch update.

As of writing, the Verizon-locked units of the Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Galaxy A15 5G are getting a new update in the form of a May 2024 security patch with the firmware version numbers X518USQS4BXE1 and A156USQS2BXE5, respectively. It is expected that the update will be available on more carriers in the next few days.

The May 2024 security patch update series of devices will improve the overall security of the devices. According to the official documentation, the update brings more than 50 patches, and Google has provided 31 patches to enhance the overall security of the Android ecosystem. Along with this, Samsusng has also brought additional patches to improve the Galaxy devices exclusively.

Moreover, the update also resolves some issues that may bring enhancements that will improve the existing functionality of the devices. So if you are having any problems while using the device, then you should update your device to the latest version. To do that, you just need to go to the software update menu in the system settings.

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