The Galaxy Tab S8 series is receiving the One UI 4.1.1 upgrade from Samsung. The newest flagship tablets from the Korean brand now support Android 12L. For large foldables and other devices with large screens, such as tablets, Android 12L is a subset of the Android OS. The first Samsung product to ship with Android 12L out of the box is the Galaxy Z Fold 4. It is now available for the Galaxy Tab S8, Galaxy Tab S8, and Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra.
You can maximize the use of your tablet’s large screen thanks to some fantastic new capabilities that Android 12L introduces. The persistent taskbar at the bottom of the screen is perhaps most notable. Up to six favorite or often used apps can be swiftly switched between by pinning them in the taskbar. To open a new app, you are not needed to return to your recent apps or app drawer. This functionality functions essentially in the same way as the taskbar on your PC.
Samsung devices with One UI 4.1.1 additionally display two recently used apps on the taskbar. Additionally, it enables you to make app pairings and simultaneously start them in split-screen mode. It is also simpler to switch to pop-up or split-screen mode. The split-screen view can be rapidly entered or exited with a two-finger motion. All of this makes multitasking more effective.
Advertisement You may now extract text from any photograph on a Galaxy Tab S8 according to the most recent update. The captured text can be rapidly translated into another language or shared via other programs. Using the text that was extracted, the device will also make intelligent suggestions for actions. One UI 4.1.1 for the Galaxy Tab S8 trio, which is powered by Android 12L, also offers enhanced Samsung Keyboard, enhanced My Files, and more effective Samsung Internet.
Samsung releases Android 12L for its Galaxy Tab S8 series of tablets. Users of the Galaxy Tab S8, Galaxy Tab S8, and Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra are currently in South Korea and Germany receiving the Android 12L update ( via ). With firmware versions X70*BXXU2AVH2, X80*BXXU2AVH5, and X90*BXXU2AVH2, correspondingly, the three models are receiving the upgrade. The update will once again be sent over the air (OTA) to all qualified devices worldwide during the coming few days. While you should receive a message, you can also manually check the Settings app for changes.