The Samsung One UI 3.1.1 was initially made to be used only for the foldable series from the manufacturer. Then came the latest update on the Galaxy devices, providing some of the features from the One UI 3.1.1, which were only seen before on the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3.
The list goes on, the features provided to most of the devices are comparatively small, but there were no such updates for any tablets as of now. However, it is being reported that Samsung has rolled out the Galaxy Tab S7 One UI 3.1.1 rollout (via TizenHelp).
The new UI is being launched in Europe and will be eventually expanding its reach to other countries as well.
Adding to a 1.4GB space, the new update provides improved multitasking usability like a three-split view function, the ability to tweak the height and width of the window apps, along with an option to open a split-screen by dragging the screen.
The new update will bring improved Edge usability for the Galaxy Tab S7 series, which provides you with a new pin feature that helps you to pin apps to the edge panel. In addition to this, the background has also been changed so that there is no blurriness once the edge panel is enabled.
With the latest updates, Samsung has also provided Labs support, which allows users to pin favourite apps to the taskbar. The company has also brought the Remaster photos into the Gallery for ease of access.