Samsung Galaxy Tab A 2017 and Tab A 10.1 2016 may soon receive Android Oreo, received WFA certification

Samsung is still rolling out Android Oreo update for some of its older devices. While the world has already entered the era of Android 9.0 Pie, two of the Samsung’s tablet has entered in the club to receive Android Oreo and cleared by Wi-Fi Alliance.

According to theAndroidSoul, multiple models of the Galaxy Tab A 2017 and a Tab A 10.1 2016 (Sprint) has been recently cleared by WFA running on Android 8.0 Oreo. This means, the Oreo update countdown for the device has begun and it could be rolled anytime soon.

These model numbers passed by WFA include SM-T380 stands for Wi-Fi-only version and SM-T385 for the LTE model within their representing markets as well as Local carriers, this list could be expanded to more models.

Launched last year, the Galaxy Tab A 2017 will receive its first OS upgrade which is currently running on Android 7.1 Noughat. And it’s 2016 version will receive its second OS update which was debuted with Marshmallow then moved to Noughat.


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