Samsung has started releasing the One UI 3.1 update along with Android 11 for Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 + tablet models.
If you remember, Samsung released the Galaxy S21 flagship phones with One UI 3.1 installed. Samsung is now rolling out One UI 3.1 for the Galaxy Tab S7 series with the Android 11 update. In addition, these models are described as the first Samsung devices to receive the One UI 3.1 update via OTA.
Firmware versions in the released update for Galaxy Tab S7 (SM-T875), Tab S7 + LTE (SM-T975N) and Tab S7 + 5G (SM-T976N) are listed as T875NKOU1BUA8, T975NKOU1BUA8 and T976NKOU1BUA8. This update, which is over 2.4GB, is currently only being distributed in South Korea. It should be noted that it will be published in other regions soon.
So what does the One UI 3.1 software update bring to smart devices?
Optimized performance and memory usage
Making a video call in the background
Ability to remove GPS location data from images (while sharing)
Newly added lock screen Widgets
Second screen support
In addition to these innovations, the benefits of the usual Android 11 such as chat bubbles (speeches), media controls, improved permissions management and digital balance and organized notifications are also included in One UI 3.1.
It should be noted that One UI 3.1 will come to other Samsung devices in the future. Speaking of this, a newly released report states that devices such as the Galaxy S20, Note 20, Z Flip 4G and 5G, S10 series, and Note 10 will definitely receive this update.