Samsung pushed a new software update to yet another older Galaxy device called Galaxy Tab A 10.1 LTE. Aside from system security improvements, this release brings a lot of new features and changes to the tablet.
According to the info, the Korean tech giant released the last major platform upgrade for the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 LTE in the form of Android 11. Along with this, it also brings all the bells and whistles of the One UI version 3.1.
Identified via PDA build version – T515XXU8CUF2, the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 Android 11 update is making its way to Vietnam and Italy. In addition, it installs the latest June 2021 security patch for better device security.
However, it is an initial rollout, it may take some time to be available internationally. Meanwhile, if you own a Galaxy Tab A 10.1 device, then check for the update manually by following the steps given below.
What’s new with Android 11 & One UI 3.1
Released back in September 2020, Google’s Android 11 version comes with a number of new features including chat bubbles, better privacy controls, reset apps permissions, notification history as well as major system improvements.
Based on Android 11, Samsung One UI 3.1 adds plenty of new and useful features such as visual redesign, better customization, revamped user interface, Eye comfort shield, Samsung Free, Buds auto-switching, Private share, and much more. [Changelog – One UI 3.0 | One UI 3.1]
Here’s how to check for software updates manually
- Open your device Settings
- Scroll down and select the Software updates section
- Finally tap on Download and install.
- * If available.