[US too] Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e One UI 2.5 update is now rolling out
It has only been a few months since Android 10 was released for the Galaxy Tab S5e. Samsung is now rolling out an other firmware update for the tablet and its one that many users have been waiting for. The Galaxy Tab S5e One UI 2.5 update is finally here.
As you’d expect, the update is rolling out gradually, so it’s going to take some time before it becomes available for users across the globe. It’s only out in a handful of markets so far but at least users can now rest assured that it will be coming soon.
Samsung releases One UI 2.5 for the Galaxy Tab S5e
The Galaxy Tab S5e One UI 2.5 update is currently available in markets across Europe and the Middle East. It’s also rolling out in South Korea, China and a couple of other Asian countries. The firmware version T720XXU1CTI1 is also available for download from our database.
The official changelog doesn’t mention much apart from device stability improvements and “new and/or enhanced features,” but it does, in fact, bring One UI 2.5. There are several new features included in this iteration of Samsung’s custom skin. You’ll get the Edge panel and app pairs, Wireless DeX, Live transcribe, Nearby Share and the Galaxy Z Fold 2’s Multi-Active Window feature that lets you run three apps simultaneously.
The August 2020 security patch is included in this firmware update. Samsung has released the September patch for the Galaxy Tab S5e in some markets but that update doesn’t include One UI 2.5. This is the firmware version you want if you’d like to get all of these new features on your tablet.
Users should receive an over-the-air update notification soon enough. Those who can’t wait are welcome to download the Galaxy Tab S5e One UI 2.5 update for free from our firmware section.
Update: We have received word from a reader that the One UI 2.5 update for the Galaxy Tab S5e is now rolling out in the United States as well. Thanks, Tom!