After waiting several months for Samsung to release Android 12L for its tablets and foldables, Samsung did so this past week. The Galaxy Tab S7 is currently experiencing Android 12L for the first time.
Along with the Galaxy Note 20/Ultra, the final model in the Galaxy Note family, the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7 were initially made available in 2020. They came with Android 10 out of the box, but have since received updates to Android 11 and Android 12.
Samsung is now bringing out Android 12L with One UI 4.1.1 to the Galaxy Tab S7 series.
Android 12L, like on other devices, brings additional multitasking features to the Tab S7, including the taskbar and a new gesture for multi-window. When tapped on when the app is running in the background, pop-over apps now have the option to become invisible. When the update for the Galaxy Tab S8 arrived last week, Samsung provided an overview of all the new features.
The Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7 in South Korea and France have started receiving Android 12L as of the beginning of September. The upgrade, nevertheless, ought to reach additional areas in the upcoming weeks. Version codes T870XXU2CVH3 and T970XXU2CVH3 are carried by the update for the Tab S7 and S7, respectively.
Update 9/13: Samsung has increased the number of countries where Android 12L is available for the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7, including in the United States . SamMobile notes reports that the majority of the nations in Europe, Asia, and North America, including the US and Canada, have received the update.