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Verizon Galaxy Tab E Android 7.1.1 Nougat update now rolling-out | NewsNEXA

Verizon Galaxy Tab E Android 7.1.1 Nougat update now rolling-out

Verizon Wireless has released much anticipated Android 7.1.1 update for the Samsung Galaxy Tab E SM-T567 today. It is also speculated that an upgrade to Android 7.1.1, the QH9 update for Verizon Galaxy Tab E 8.0-inch also brings August security patch to the device. The update is being rolled out as an OTA gradually, so it could take it few days to hit your device.

The update would be projected in the device as the software version T567VVRU1CQHD, with August security patch.

This new update to Galaxy Tab E 8.0 brings new user interface and new features and the Nougat update arrived as build T377VVRU1CQH9. It enables the Tab E to get split-screen (greater multitasking), while improved Doze mode means one can get longer battery life on the device.

Samsung has done a few changes as well. There is a new UI, that serves as one of the best features along with the additions to the camera, where one can check out live previews of the effects. After launching the camera app, the user can swipe left to choose his/her choice of filter.

The Android Nougat was announced in August 2016 by Google and Samsung has taken some time to get it launched on its device.

Recently, the Android 8.0 Oreo Update has been released by Google apart from expecting Android OEMs to release it for their flagship devices first, followed by other latest handsets in their portfolio.

The upgrade transports all of the features including enhanced notifications, stricter application permissions, additional emoji and refined battery saving tools, as well as the security patches included in August’s Security Maintenance Release (SMR).

So the time has come now to update and enjoy the new features that would predict and let the user know, how useful the features prove themselves. A wide range of selections also is a ‘boost’ to define the sector of the upgrade, of course that lies amidst the specs related.


Meenakshi Vanidasan

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