Samsung starts rolling out One UI 3.1 with Android 11 for Galaxy Tab S7
The new update brings the ‘Second Screen’ functionality and January Security Patch.
Samsung has started rolling out the Android 11 update for the Galaxy Tab S7 series. The new update comes with One UI 3.1, and it brings the ‘Second Screen’ functionality that Samsung teased during the launch of the Galaxy Tab S7.
One UI 3.1 with Android 11 is rolling out first for Galaxy Tab S7 users in South Korea, according to a report by Sam Mobile. It’s available for the LTE versions of Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+, and Galaxy Tab S7 5G. Samsung has been rolling out the Android 11 update with One UI 3.0 but it’s directly moved to One UI 3.1 for the tablets which is the same version that the Galaxy S21 series launched with.
The new software update also has the latest January 2021 Android Security Patch Level. Some of the notable features One UI 3.1 brings include a refreshed UI, improved stock apps, performance, memory allocation, private share, new lock screen widgets, and video background for calls. One UI 3.1 also lets users remove the GPS location date from images. It also has all the Android 11 features including chat bubbles, updated notification panel, and more.
With the latest update, Galaxy Tab S7 users will be able to use the tablet as a second screen for a Windows PC. The tablet can now mirror the laptop or PC’s screen through a wired or Wi-Fi Direct connection.
Samsung hasn’t revealed when One UI 3.1 will roll out to global variants of the Galaxy Tab S7 series but it should be available soon.