As reported by TizenHelp, the Galaxy Tab S7 (SM-T875), Galaxy Tab S7+ LTE (SM-T975N), and the Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G are as of now getting the product update in South Korea with firmware versions T875NKOU1BUA8, T975NKOU1BUA8, and T976NKOU1BUA8, individually. With a record size of about 2.4GB, you might need to interface the tablet to Wi-Fi while downloading it.
Among the new highlights that One UI 3.1 introduces — including Private Share, improved execution and memory allocation, and talk bubbles — the most interesting one is by all accounts Second Screen, which is Samsung’s solution to Apple’s Sidecar. It permits clients to utilize the Tab S7 or S7+ as a subsequent screen or a drawing cushion with select Samsung Windows PCs — Galaxy Book Flex, Galaxy Book Flex Alpha, Galaxy Book Ion, Galaxy Book S, and Notebook Plus, to be exact. In any case, as found in the picture above, it additionally is by all accounts working with the Odyssey gaming PC.
As indicated by the authority rollout plan, the Tab S7 series is simply due to get Android 11 in March. Yet, since certain clients are now getting the update in South Korea, it won’t be an astonishment if Samsung conveys it sooner than anticipated in different business sectors also.
Samsung has gone ahead and make the Tab S7 and Tab S7+ One UI 3.1 update official with a public statement on its news site. It affirms the Second Screen include, and furthermore flaunts some other new highlights also.
One is the ability to proceed applications and duplicate glues on different gadgets, which will allow you to begin where you left off on your Galaxy S21-series telephone.
There’s additionally wireless keyboard sharing, which allows you to utilize your Tab S7+ Book Cover Keyboard to compose things on your S21.
Finally, there’s Auto Switch, which permits you to consequently switch which gadget is streaming sound to your Galaxy Buds Pro relying upon the circumstance.
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