The Galaxy Tab S2 tablet created by Samsung was released during a time when China was building islands in the South China Sea, and when there was no trace of the COVID-19 disease. For both the 8 and 9.7 inches versions, Tab S2 was released by Samsung in 2015 and it’s still receiving security updates.
The new security update carries the software version NRD90M.T818VVRS4BTJK, and it’s available only for the 9.7-inch variant of the Galaxy Tab S2 device built by Samsung. The update already became available to Verizon customers from the United States, and also for some parts of South America.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 runs on Android 7.0 Nougat
Android 7.0 Nougat may be an ‘ancient’ version of Google’s operating system for many tech lovers from nowadays, but it was the real deal during its time. The Tab S2 tablet from Samsung stood out for several reasons, including its Super AMOLED screen, the high battery life capacity of 5,870mAh, the Exynos 5433 processor, and more.
The main camera of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 device is a single snapper capable of 8MP and shooting footage in the 1440p format. There’s also a selfie camera mounted on the tablet, and it can take photos with its 2.1 MP.
There are also 3GB of RAM mounted on Galaxy Tab S2, and two versions of storage: 32GB and 64GB. Let’s not also forget about the Adreno 510 GPU, and all of these parts together are capable of pretty efficient collaboration when it comes to running some decent games.
The new security update is available OTA (over the air), which means that you can get your hands on it by simply waiting for a notification to appear on your device’s screen. If you’re willing to buy a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 tablet these days, you can get it for only about 270 euros.