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Samsung is doing a good job of updating its devices to Android 11 so far, updating many of them ahead of schedule published by the company last year. Today is the turn of the Tab S6, which in the process uses One UI 3.1 and the March security patch.
Like the Tab S7, the S6 skips One UI 3.0 and jumps straight to the latest version, making this a significant update for the tablet. In addition to the standard One UI 3.1 features, tablets get their own add-ons, such as a second screen or drawing pad for select Samsung laptops running Windows 10.
The update is available now for the LTE model in Germany under build number T865XXU4CUB7 and weighs 2.2GB, so you need to make sure you have enough space. The Wi-Fi option shouldn’t be far behind, and the update should be rolling out to other countries soon.
Three more devices are being updated to One UI 3.1, according to SamMobile. IN Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy Note10 Lite, and Galaxy A71 4G everyone is now getting the update. The Note10 Lite and S10 Lite were already running Android 11 / One UI 3.0, but the A71 immediately jumps from One UI 2.5 to 3.1.
Samsung recently introduced One UI 3.1 on eight more phones and tablets. These include Verizon Galaxy S10, S10 +,S10e, Note 10, and Note 10+… The unlocked models that also received the update are Galaxy A50, A70, and Tab S6 (Wi-Fi)… As always, we will update the list as more devices get One UI 3.1.