Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE grabs One UI 5.0 (Android 13) update in US

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE Android 13 update

Samsung is sending the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update for its amazing Galaxy Tab S7 FE devices. The update is heading in the US region with a massive bag of interesting features. Besides, it also holds some useful amendments for the respective tablets.

According to the information, the Android 13 update for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is available only for carrier-locked (Verizon network) users at the moment. However, the company will soon expand the iteration to more users, covering different regions worldwide.

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The latest input further reveals that the corresponding device owners can identify the giant upgrade with the One UI version T738USQU4CVL4. Since the update contains a bunch of new features, we will recommend you keep at least 1-2GB of free storage space in your device.

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Talking about the changelog, the fresh firmware brings a huge collection of customizations. Moreover, you will find some reflective and immersive privacy functions that will enhance the security settings of your gadget. On the other hand, the dynamic modes and routines add a new look to your device’s user interface.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE Android 13 update

Apart from the new additions, you will also observe efficiency in the performance and functioning of the tablet. Thus, you should upgrade your device to the latest One UI edition as soon as it reaches you through the OTA medium.

What else you will get in this update? You can check the following features list:

  • 16 Color Palette options
  • Stack Widgets
  • Per-App Language
  • Lockdown Mode
  • Camera Watermark
  • Multitasking Gestures
  • New Modes & Routines
  • Efficient Performance
  • Smoother Animations
  • Quick Tweaks to Notification Panel
  • Redesigned User Interface

To make the installation a success, ensure that you have more than 45% of battery level. Also, use a stable Wi-Fi connection over a regular data network. Though the firmware will not harm your device yet opt for a backup beforehand.

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