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Verizon Galaxy Tab S6 Android 10 update out, doesn’t bring One UI 2.1

Samsung released the Android 10 update for the Galaxy Tab S6 three weeks ago. The international variant of the device jumped straight to One UI 2.1 with the update. That’s not the case for those who own this tablet on Verizon.

The Verizon Galaxy Tab S6 Android 10 update has started rolling out. While Samsung updated the Wi-Fi only variant to One UI 2.1 with the update, the Galaxy Tab S6 on Verizon is only updated to One UI 2.0.

Verizon Galaxy Tab S6 Android 10 update is rolling out now

Aside from this minor discrepancy, the Android 10 update for this tablet brings all of the features that are part and parcel of the major OS update. They include features like Smart Reply, Live Transcribe, Gesture Navigation and more.

One UI 2.0 adds its own set of improvements such as Dark mode support for the home and lock screen, a much more refined user interface and overall tweaks. Samsung Daily replaces Bixby Home on the tablet, it’s still accessible with a right swipe on the home screen and shows personalized content like news, weather, appointments and more.

Verizon is now rolling out the T867VVRU2BTC4 firmware update for the Galaxy Tab S6 on its network over-the-air. It’s going to take a little while for the update notification to arrive on everybody’s devices.

It may eventually bring One UI 2.1 to the tablet as well. The latest iteration of Samsung’s custom Android skin adds even more features and makes further refinements to the user interface. One UI 2.1 features like Quick Share and Music Share will be very useful additions to the tablet. It’s too soon to say at this point in time when that might happen, though.

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