Android 12L update is arriving on the Galaxy Tab S8
September 11, 2022
The Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.1 has at long last begun to arrive on Galaxy Tab S8 gadgets, making it the main line of tablets to get the Samsung-enhanced update (by means of Sammobile). Up to this point, it’s simply carrying out to clients in South Korea and Europe, with individuals in additional nations liable to see the update soon.
One UI 4.1.1 is worked off of Android 12L, which is explicitly made for gadgets with bigger screens. The update came to the Lenovo P12 Pro tablet first, with Samsung and Microsoft focusing on carrying the update to their gadgets later on.
Android 12L adds another two-segment design that allows you to see two unique screens on the double, as well as a taskbar that takes into consideration more effective performing multiple tasks. With the update, you can open split-screen mode by moving applications from the taskbar onto the screen. It likewise presents another two-finger signal that allows you to trade between split-screen and full-screen mode.
Samsung adds nothing excessively critical on top of Google’s update, beside a method for setting custom foundations for guests and the capacity to look for the data inside reports on the My Files application. This variant of One UI sent with the new Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Flip 4 that Samsung delivered recently.
The One UI 4.1.1 update will probably come as a welcome update to Galaxy Tab S8 clients, particularly the individuals who own the enormous 14.6-inch Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. In his survey of the Tab S8 Ultra, my partner Dan Seifert noticed that even with Samsung’s DeX mode, “efficiency work processes rapidly ram into the constraints of Android.” The rollout of One UI 4.1.1 ought to assist with curing this issue and make the working framework work better with a bigger screen.
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