Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is the Android OEM’s flagship tablet for the year 2017. It was announced way back at MWC 2017 earlier this year with last year’s Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 powering it. Anyways, the Tab S3 on Verizon Wireless is now receiving an update which will enable users to stream HDR content on Netflix.
Along with the HDR streaming support, this update also bumps up the Android Security level to October. And it also fixes the Fingerprint Setup wizard bug. This update will change the build number to NRD90M.T827VVRU1AQ3J.
Before downloading and installing the update, make sure you have enough juice left on your tablet. Also, try to download the update via WiFi to avoid data charges.
Official Changelog provided by Verizon Wireless
Software Version: NRD90M.T827VVRU1AQJ3
Android® Security Patch Level: 2017-10-01
- Netflix High Dynamic Range (HDR) video streaming is now supported
- Fixed Fingerprint Setup Wizard issue
- Latest Android security patches
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Specifications
The flagship tablet from Samsung is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 and is coupled with 4GB of RAM as well as 32GB of internal storage. The frame of the tab is made of aluminium, however the front and back are made of glass.
It sports a 9.7 innch QHD Super AMOLED display and comes with S pen. There is a 13MP primary camera as well as a 5MP secondary camera. It also has 4 stereo speakers which are tuned by AKG. Finally, it runs on Android Nougat is backed by a 6,000 mAH battery.
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