The Samsung Galaxy Tab A was released out of the box with One UI 1.x based on Android 9 Pie. Last year, it received the One UI 2.x update on top of the Android 10 operating system. However, the company offers two major Android upgrades, and it is also listed as getting another Android update in the form of Android 11.
Now, the South Korean technology giant seems to have begun to fulfill its promise, because the Galaxy Tab A with S Pen is the latest tablet to receive the stable One UI 3.1 update and Google’s Android 11 operating system. Since this is a major software update, it brings many new features and significant changes to the system software.
It is determined by the version number P205UBU5CUE2 that the new Galaxy Tab A Android 11 and One UI 3.1 updates also include the latest May 2021 security patch to improve device security. Although it is the first launch, Samsung will not spend too much time expanding its usability.
According to a large number of update logs, Galaxy Tab A users received last year’s Android 11 operating system, which contains a number of new features, such as a control panel, bubbles, classification notifications, and One UI 3.1. In addition, it also includes major system optimizations to provide a better user experience.
In addition, Samsung One UI 3.1 also brings a series of new features, such as Eye Comfort Shield, Samsung Free, Object Eraser, Private Share, Buds Auto-Switching, the ability to delete image location data before sharing, UI minor adjustments, And better system performance.
How to check for updates?
- Go to Settings
- Scroll down to Software updates
- Then Download and install