If you are a Galaxy Tab S7 user then we have good news for you! Following the introduction of One UI 4.1.1 based on Android 12L for the Galaxy Tab S8 series and several previous foldable, Samsung has now published an update for their earlier Galaxy Tab S7 series.
Normally we see that when a new series is introduced the company tends to ignore its previous model. Sometimes by giving some ordinary updates that intend just to notify the customer that they care about them but in reality, they are not. Then there are a few firms that provide updates to their customer to degrade the device performance so that they are forced to update to the newer one. But here, Samsung has broken the stereotype by giving One UI 4.1.1 updates for the old Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7 Plus. This update is available for both the cellular and the WiFi variants.
According to posts on Reddit, the update is currently rolling out in a few regions. And broader rollout is expected in the coming few days to weeks.
The new One UI 4.1.1 brings a lot of changes to the Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7 Plus. Primarily, the new multitasking features. The update also includes a revamped Taskbar for faster app switching, using apps in split-screen mode or a pop-up window, and launching commonly-used application pairs in split-screen mode. New multitasking gestures, an OCR function to extract text from photos, and the option to apply unique call backgrounds to contacts are also included.
This update also consists of Android security patches for August 2022 and other mini updates for the My Files app, Samsung Keyboard, and Samsung Internet browser. You can check the status of the update manually by going into settings. If you have received the update then do let us know in the comment.