As the Android 12L rollout begins in the US, Samsung confirms what’s new for the Galaxy Tab S8 {Video}.

Samsung has officially stated that Android 12L is now rolling out to the Galaxy Tab S8 series in the United States after earlier this week it began to roll out to other territories. Here’s a brief glance.

One UI 4.1.1, which debuted on the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and is reportedly making its way to the Galaxy Z Fold 3, is Samsung’s take of Android 12L. The new taskbar at the bottom of the screen, which integrates with various navigation methods and can be shrunk with gestures, continues to be the largest improvement, of course.

In addition to the taskbar, the upgrade keeps Samsung’s standard multitasking features, like the ability to run three apps simultaneously.
Samsung clarifies:

The addition of a taskbar at the bottom of the screen as part of the 12L update will make the Galaxy Tab S8 range of tablets more user-friendly and intuitive than ever before. Users of the Galaxy Tab S8 series will soon be able to switch between apps more quickly and intuitively, create more custom layouts, multitask without stuttering, and run programs that look better than ever on large screens. Among the changes users can anticipate are the ability for Split Screen View to support up to three screens, the ability to temporarily hide the taskbar for a more immersive screen view, the ability to drag notifications directly into split screen, and the ability to view all apps in a grid-style layout.

A Swipe for Split Screen gesture in Advanced Features andgt; Labs


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