Galaxy Tab Active 3 & Quantum 2 Receive New Features (Update: Tab S6 Lite too)

After the Galaxy Tab S7 series tablets, Samsung is now seeding some of the new features of the One UI 3.1.1 version on the Galaxy Tab Active 3. The Galaxy Quantum 2 aka Galaxy A82 5G smartphone is also receiving new features in its home country. Talking about Tab Active 3, it gets some of the functions of the One UI 3.1.1 version. As per the changelog, Samsung brings improvements to the multi-window & edge panel. It has also added Labs features on the tablet to try out the new functions.

It is early to tell which functions have arrived on the tab, and which are missing. It is because Samsung is not delivering all the One UI 3.1.1 features to some of its other devices. It is mainly launched for Galaxy Foldable models, but later, came to flagship smartphones and tablets.

The Galaxy Tab S7 series has received almost all the features, so you should check your Active 3 for the new changes & features. The One UI 3.1.1 for tabs brings a three-split view function, switching between pop-view & split screen, open split-screen by dragging the screen, pin favorite apps to the edge panel, and support Labs feature.

Tab S6 Lite & Active 3 One UI 3.1.1 Update

The Galaxy Quantum 2 or Galaxy A82 5G has received RAM Plus feature. It is Samsung’s virtual RAM for the device when it runs out. The RAM Plus feature has already been delivered to Galaxy A52, Galaxy Z Fold 3 & Galaxy S21 series and more devices will get it soon.

The firmware version T575NKOU3BUI8 is coming for Galaxy Tab Active 3 & Quantum 2 is getting A826SKSU2AUI1 code. The new October security patch has applied to Active 3 & Quantum 2 is still on the September patch. Both devices in South Korea are receiving new updates in South Korea.

Update: Galaxy Tab S6 Lite has also received some of the features of the One UI 3.1.1 version. The changelog for Tab S6 Lite is the same as Tab Active 3, so you should check which functions have arrived on the tablet. The firmware version P610XXU2DUJ1 is now rolling out in Europe with the September security patch.

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