Another Samsung large-screen device has started downloading the Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.1 update and that’s Galaxy Tab S7 FE. The device is receiving a few new features along with various improvements over the previous.
According to the changelog, Samsung is bringing the Taskbar feature with the Galaxy Tab S7 FE One UI 4.1.1/Android 12L update. This feature will make multitasking easier by letting you seamlessly switch between apps and use split-screen and pop-up windows.
In addition to this, you can now peek right through your pop-overs by touching and holding the screen around them, open split-screen view between three apps by just swiping the screen, and set different call backgrounds as per the contact.
On the other hand, the company provides an enhanced My Files app that can now search for information even within files and images and Extract Text from images features to let you copy text from images and screenshots and paste it to messages.
There are also notable improvements for Samsung Keyboard as it’s now more customizable. You can rearrange emojis, stickers, and more by touching and holding them as well as customize the spacebar row.
Besides these new features, the company is also bringing the August 2022 Android security patch for improving the security and stability of the system as well as upgrades for various One UI applications to keep your system fresh.
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Furthermore, Samsung is releasing the Galaxy Tab S7 FE One UI 4.1.1 update with the One UI build version T733XXU1BVH4. It is rolling out in Germany, Europe at this time, however, it might soon expand to more users worldwide.
If you haven’t yet received the update notification and want to check it manually, you can go to the Settings of your phone. Inside, tap on Software update and then the Download and install option.