Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 starts receiving Android 11 update with One UI 3.1. After the high-end folding phones like the Fold received the Android 11 update, it was the high-end tablets turn to receive it. Thus, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 starts receiving the Android 11 update, first in Korea.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 starts receiving Android 11 update with One UI 3.1
The update brings the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+, the first model in the series to be updated, to the latest available version of the Samsung layer: One UI 3.1. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 was released in August last year with Android 10 and Samsung One UI 2.1.
The award-winning Samsung tablet with Android 11
Samsung has already updated to the latest version of Android to all its high range, at least in mobile. Of the tablets in the house that have yet to be updated (Tab s7, s7+, S6, S6 Lite, S5e, Active Pro, Active 3, A, A 10.1, and A8), none had yet received the OTA. The first to do so is the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+, in South Korea.
The firmware update with version T875NKOU1BUA8 is now coming, with a size of 2442MB to South Korean users of the Samsung Galaxy S7+ LTE. It includes, in addition to the latest Android version, the latest version of Samsung’s One UI 3.1 layer.
It should be remembered that, according to the planning shared by Samsung in the Samsung Members application, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 was scheduled to be updated in March.
As always, the way to check if your Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 or S7+ has an update pending is the same. The system checks for updates periodically by default, although you can force it from the mobile settings, in the Software Update section.