Thanks to the waves that Android 10 Q launching is making; the smartphone makers are beginning to push more rapidly the Android 9 Pie update to the other compatible devices left. So with all the pushing going on, the manufacturer Samsung is doing the same thing. The company is one of the world’s biggest smartphone manufacturers, and they’ve made a makeover for the previous TouchWiz User Interface.
Together with the Android 9 Pie and the TouchWiz User Interface, we have now Samsung One UI. It was introduced to the Galaxy S10 line up, and the users are excited with the custom skin One UI is offering, alongside with the Android 9 Pie. And now the users will receive the last version of One UI on top of Android Pie for most of their smartphones. On the tablet department, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5 is receiving the major Android OS update with One UI and Android 9 Pie.
However, the Galaxy Tab A 10.5 is a midrange tablet with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 chipset. You have a 10.5 inches LCD, an 8 MP primary camera and 5 MP secondary camera. When the tablet was launched, the Android on the device was version 8.1 Oreo. The tablet comes with two versions, the LTE (SM-T595) version, and the Wi-Fi (SM-T590) variant, and the last one is receiving the Android 9 Pie alongside the One UI update.
Besides this, the update has around 1 GB, and it comes with the June security patch. The update is bringing cosmetic and fluidity changes for the user experience. Some changes are coming to the keyboard, such as the emoji, the new adaptive theme, and floating keyboard in a lot of apps. The adaptive theme means that the keyboard will adapt the color according to the theme you selected.
Finally, take note that the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5 with Wi-Fi will receive the One UI and Android 9 Pie update in steps, so some users must wait for a little.
Cameron Bravo was born and raised California. He has written for Buzz Feed and KMAX-TV, In regards to academics, Cameron earned an arts degree from the Sacramento State. Cameron covers local news and culture stories here at Swerd Media.