Samsung is delivering Android Pie to the ancient Galaxy Tab S3 stateside
apparently scoring a collection of user interface tweaks, performance improvements, various new software features, and security patches tipping the scales at close to 1.3GB stateside, although depending on where you live and how lucky you are, you might need to wait a few more days for your chance to leave Android Oreo behind.The Wi-Fi-only variant of the outdated 9.7-inch slate is
That's surely not the case for the Tab S3, which has most likely reached the end of the software support road after making its commercial debut with Android 7.0 Nougat pre-installed. Absurdly enough, the 2017-released 9.7-incher is still sold in the US by Samsung at a whopping $699.99 with a built-in S Pen, ancient Snapdragon 820 processor, 32 gigs of internal storage space, a front-mounted fingerprint sensor, and no keyboard included. Obviously, we would no longer recommend you purchase the tablet even at a hefty discount, but existing owners will no doubt be happy to see the second major OS update already delivered to their units.