One UI 3.1 debuted on the Galaxy S21 series, and now it has reached Samsung’s most-expensive set of tablets. One UI 3.1 for the Galaxy Tab S7 series comes with Android 11 and a host of improvements, including the option of using the tablet as a second screen for a laptop.
Samsung has started rolling out One UI 3.1, following the OS’s debut with the Galaxy S21 series. The Galaxy Tab S7 series are the first devices to be upgraded to One UI 3.1, which contains Android 11 among other changes.
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