Galaxy Tab A (2016) Becomes the First Samsung Device to Get the January Patch

Samsung doesn’t follow any set rules while rolling out the
security patches and that seems to be a trend which will continue in 2018 as
well. This month, it was the turn of the Galaxy Tab A (2016) to be the first
device in the company’s arsenal to be updated with the January patch. If you
think about it, it’s not very often that Samsung rolls out a security patch
this early in the month, but nobody’s complaining!

As per reports, firmware version T285DDU0AQL3 is being rolled out to the Galaxy Tab A (2016) aka SM-T285.
The even more surprising fact is that the patch has begun rolling out in
Bangladesh; a region not known for getting the first updates from Samsung. Given
that the old tablet is still running on Android Lollipop 5.1.1, it’s both
surprising and good to see good that Samsung is still keeping it protected
against security threats.

Head over to our firmware section to find all
the latest available updates for your Samsung smartphones and tablets.

Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)