Samsung has updated One UI 4.1.1, its own opinionated take on Google’s Android 12L software. The update first made its debut on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4, recently rolling out Galaxy Tab S8 and Galaxy S22 users, and now the company has committed this update bringing it to at other flagships and tablets.
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What’s new in One UI 4.1.1
Samsung first released One UI 4.1.1 on the latest foldables out of the box. Key features include adding a taskbar at the bottom of the screen (Windows or ChromeOS style), enhanced multitasking in both performance and layout, which will become much more customizable, and more.
Third-party apps compatible with split screen mode
The Galaxy Tab series’ list of third-party apps that are multitasking compatible will be expanded with the upcoming Android 12L update. All of the new apps can be accessed in a window or in full screen, and they will all be proportionally displayed on large screens. The fleet of third-party applications that are multitasking-compatible will continue to grow even after the update.
One UI 4.1.1: When will my Galaxy get the Android 12L update?
Like with all updates, it depends on your phone model and region. Samsung started rolling out One UI 4.1.1 to the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy Tab S8 in the U.S.
There is currently no official release date for the update in question, but having already unveiled numerous details should not be missing long before Samsung brings the new Android 12L update to some of its Galaxy Tabs, after an initial roll out on the S8 series, it should later be made available for –
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- Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Series,
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Series,
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE,
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S6,
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite,
- Samsung Galaxy Tab Active3.
Here are the devices that are currently being updated to One UI 4.1.1
- Samsung Galaxy S22
- Samsung Galaxy S22+
- Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S8
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
What about devices not currently listed?
Samsung has started delivering the One UI 4.1.1 to some devices but Galaxy Tab on its original list of promised devices. This means that other phones in the S, and Note-Series, as well as A-Series that sold well could still see updates to One UI 4.1.1 down the line.
What about One UI 5.0?
One UI 5.0 is the next big update for Galaxy devices, and it’ll be based on Android 13 when it launches.
One UI 5.0 open beta for the S22 family has recently begun to roll out to a few devices in Korea, Germany, China, the United Kingdom, India, and the United States. According to prior Samsung patterns, One UI 5.0 should be made publicly available to consumers around October. We’re not really sure yet what features and improvements Samsung is ready to release alongside Google’s OS. As the beta period progresses, Samsung will make further announcements, and we’ll update this page.