Samsung have been working on Android 7.0 updates lately for sure. Earlier this week the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 got its Android 7.0 update, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 with S Pen have been approved with the Android 7.0 update as well.
On top of that, it’s only been a few days since Samsung released the first new Android 7.0 tablet, with the have-it-all tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.
But the great news doesn’t stop there, since the 10.1-inch Full HD tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (SM-T580) was certified with the new Android 7.0 Nougat update by the Wi-Fi Alliance two days ago on April 7.
So that means that the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 Android 7.0 update will roll out to these tablets soon, between April, May, and June.
The model variations that have been approved with the Android 7.0 update were first of all the Wi-Fi version SM-T580, but the 4G LTE versions SM-T585 and SM-T587 were also approved with the Android 7.0 update.
– Jim Miller