That is correct, Samsung has been far ahead of the competition at the forefront of software support over the past few years, so the Android 13 update officially delivered to mid-end Galaxy tablets at the start of the new year feels somewhat underwhelming.
Coming back to the 10.5-inch non-flagship slate that’s in the limelight today, I probably should mention the main reason I’m less than impressed with the leap to Android 13 with One UI 5.0. Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2022) and The Tab A7 Lite arrived faster.
Then also Galaxy Tab A8 Originally set to leave Android 12 behind in January 2023, Samsung failed to pull off yet another miraculously early over-the-air delivery, but an on-time update is clearly more than a late one. Excellent. Especially when the timely rollout is reportedly happening simultaneously in dozens of markets around the world.
was talking A bunch of European countries in the range From Germany to England, Austria, Bulgaria, Romania, Italy, France, Portugal and India. Depending on where you live, you may be able to download and install Android 13 on the Wi-Fi-only or LTE-enabled variants of the Tab A8 (or both), but for now, US-based users are looking. There seems to be with a long wait.
While you’re waiting, bargain hunters might want to take advantage of the latest Amazon deal for 20% off the regular price of $229.99 for the Galaxy Tab A8 with 32GB storage and no cellular connectivity.nevertheless Huge discounts have been made Offered in the past by the same retailers as Best Buy and Walmart, this promotion isn’t half bad since Android 13 is right around the corner.