Samsung has officially made available another set of updates for the Galaxy Tab S3 and the Galaxy A5 smartphone (2016). The new updates bring July 2019 security packages to both devices.
another patch of updates, leading to both the security package released in July this year by Google.
Identified as T825UBS3BSG4, the Galaxy Tab S3 update has been released only for Bolivia and Panama, initially targeting the 4G LTE version, and the Wi-Fi-only version will soon see it as well.
For the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016), the firmware is identified as A510FXXS8CSF6 and is available for devices sold by the brand in Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, and Indonesia.
The Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016) was launched with a 5.2-inch Super AMOLED display, Exynos 7580 Octa-core processor, and 13MP rear camera. It has a 5MP front camera, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory.
It should be noted that in both cases, there have been no changes in the Android version installed on the device, with Galaxy A5 (2016) maintained in Android 7.0 Nougat and Galaxy Tab S3, Android 8.0 Oreo.
It is undeniable, however, to note that the update of the smartphone is surprising, considering that it has been on the market for some time, which would normally mean seeing it being abandoned to the detriment of more current generations.
Unfortunately, their changelog has not been released, but it seems that they only bring in punctual corrections and increase the level of security with a newer patch compared to what was previously available.
For now, there is no information regarding the arrival of these updates for devices sold in Brazil but considering its launch, we are expected to see this happen soon.