After releasing One UI 3.1.1 firmware update to its Galaxy foldable phones, Samsung is now rolling out the new version to its tablets. The Galaxy tab S7+ 5G is the first tablet to receive the company’s new One UI 3.1.1 version with added functions, along with Android’s September 1st security patch. As Samsung mentioned, only Galaxy foldable & Galaxy tablets will receive all the features of One UI 3.1.1, and the other flagship will get selected features. The changelog will remain same here, but Galaxy Tab S7+ is getting new functions and improvements in existing features.
The new version has added a three-split view function on the multi-window. Previously, multi-window was supported a two-split view, and this time Samsung made it even better. In this feature, users can adjust the height & width of the opened apps. By long-pressing on the display, users can choose whether they want to switch between split-screen or pop-up view. The new update also brought ‘Labs’ support for the Galaxy Tab S7+ tablet. In the Labs, It lets you pin your favorite apps on the taskbar.
Finally, the tab has got Remaster photos in the Gallary function, which is now available on most Galaxy smartphones. The new One UI 3.1.1 version is rolling out in Italy & Netherland, which will come to other places soon. The firmware version T976BXXU2BUI1 is available for Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G and weighs 1370MB in size. The other variants of the Tab S7 series will receive it in the future.
Update: As we dug out more, we discovered that the other models Galaxy Tab S7, Galaxy Tab S7+, Galaxy Tab S7 FE with Wi-Fi only as well as 5G/LTE are receiving the One UI 3.1.1 update in Europe.