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  1. Samsung details One UI 3 improvements for Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ Samsung began rolling out the One UI 3.1 update to Galaxy Tab S7 users in South Korea last week, and today, the company has shared some of the improvements the update brings to its flagship tablets. The updates are focused on improvements to enable more seamless transitions from one device to the other to help with productivity. First, there's the ability to continue apps on other devices, which is to say certain content is shared between Galaxy devices with the update. For instance, if you open a webpage on your phone using Samsung's internet browser, you can then find the browser in your recent apps screen on the Galaxy Tab S7, and opening will load the same page on the tablet. Clipboard content also flows between devices, so you can copy text or an image on the phone and paste it on the tablet. The streamlining if the Galaxy ecosystem continues with support for sharing certain accessories more easily. If you have a Book Cover Keyboard for the Galaxy Tab S7 family, you can share it with a Galaxy phone and type on both devices without much hassle. Pressing the Cmd+Lang keys on the keyboard will switch between devices. Samsung is also making it easier to use the Galaxy Buds Pro with multiple devices, so they will connect to whichever device has an active media source automatically. This should mean you can be watching a video on a tablet and take a call on the phone, for instance, without having to manually switch between the two devices. The One UI 3 update for the Galaxy Tab S7 also includes the ability to use it as a second screen for a Windows 10 PC, which isn't too different from Apple's sidecar feature. For PCs that support wireless displays, you can connect to the Galaxy Tab S7 and use its screen as a second display for your PC, be it for duplicating or extending it. The feature does require Windows 10 version 2004 (though Samsung refers to it as version 2005), and as mentioned above, support for wireless displays on the PC side. Of course, some features are available on all Galaxy devices that get the update. You can check out some of our favorite changes in One UI 3 here. Samsung details One UI 3 improvements for Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+
  2. Samsung to unpack new Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Watch over the next week Expect to see big changes in the next tablet and little ones in the smartwatch. Enlarge / Samsung teased two new devices to debut ahead of its Unpacked conference. Samsung Samsung has opted to release some new hardware ahead of its Unpacked conference next week. A shadowy teaser video gives launch dates for two new products: a tablet and a smartwatch. The tablet is likely a full-featured Galaxy Tab S6. The most recent entry in the tech company’s tablet lineage was the midrange Galaxy Tab S5e, which combined a selection of high-end offerings and lightweight design at a $399 price point. The video shows that the new Tab will once again come with an S Pen stylus, and a keyboard cover will at least be an optional upgrade if not the default. More details will drop from Samsung tomorrow, with July 31 set as the tablet’s unveiling date. The smartwatch will get its official introduction on August 5. Samsung’s February Unpacked event included a refresh of its wearables products, and the teased smartwatch is likely the followup to the Galaxy Watch Active. Expect to see only minor tweaks to the design and specs with the Galaxy Watch Active 2, since the original version only just hit the market a few months ago. Front-loading some of the product reveals seems to point to some major developments in the works for the actual Unpacked conference on August 7. The Galaxy Note 10 is due to be the highlight of the event, and we’ve already seen leaks about some of the expected design changes the latest model will be sporting. Samsung might also have more information about the Galaxy Fold, which is now slated for a September relaunch, and it’s long overdue to share some insights on the Galaxy Home smart speaker it teased a year ago. Source: Samsung to unpack new Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Watch over the next week (Ars Technica)
  3. Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is keeping the Android tablet dream alive It has a 10.4-inch LCD, an S-Pen, and a 7040mAh battery. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all 5 images. Samsung is still making Android tablets, and today it quietly pushed a site live for the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, a cheaper companion to the Snapdragon 855-packing Galaxy Tab S6 it launched in 2019. We don't actually have official confirmation of the SoC. Samsung only calls it an "Octa-Core" SoC with frequencies of 2.3GHz and 1.7GHz. A good bet is that this is the Exynos 9611, which not only matches Samsung's limited description—it was recently listed in a Geekbench test for the tablet. This is a 10nm chip with four 2.3Ghz Cortex A73 cores, four 1.7GHz A53 cores, and a Mali G72 MP3 GPU. The display is a 10.4-inch, 2000×1200 LCD, a big step down from the 2560×1600 OLED panel on the Tab S6. There's 4GB of RAM, 64GB or 128GB of storage, a 7040mAh battery, an 8MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera. There's a microSD slot, and unlike the Tab S6, the Lite has a headphone jack. It also comes with a S-Pen stylus. There's no official listing for the price, but it would have to slot in somewhere under the $649 Galaxy Tab S6. An early B&H listing for the tablet priced it at $349.99, which would make sense. The tablet is a successor to the Tab S5e, which was $399, and the cheapest iPad is $329. Listing image by Samsung Source: Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is keeping the Android tablet dream alive (Ars Technica) (To view the article's image gallery, please visit the above link)
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