The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is the best Android tablet available in Europe and one of the more serious rivals of the iPad Pro. This morning we learned that it is starting its cycle of updates to Android 11 with the One UI 3.1 customization layer, the version that released the Samsung Galaxy S21 (the rest of the models updated to Android 11 use One UI 3.0).
Beyond the enhancements Samsung expects, the company’s flagship tablet is getting a new feature that takes inspiration from the integration Apple is doing with its iPad and Macbook, but is still worth it when it comes to life. It is about acquiring a very integrated user experience between the tablet and computer.
Updating Samsung Galaxy M31 and Galaxy Tab S7 to Android 11
Samsung has started updating a mid-range mobile, the Samsung Galaxy M31, to Android 11, and a high-end tablet, the Galaxy Tab S7.
Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 + can be converted to monitor for Windows computers
Samsung’s flagship tablet began its update in its home country today (only a few weeks left until it arrives in Europe), receiving an exclusive feature that we haven’t seen in any of the Samsung devices released. updated to Android 11. Its name translated into Spanish would be “Second screen”, a name that doesn’t leave much to the imagination.
Via Android Police.
As the function Sidecar which allows you to use the iPad screen as a second monitor for Macbooks, the Samsung tool allows us to use the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 screen as a second monitor for your Windows computer. This function would be possible by connecting the tablet to the computer via the USB cable or via Wi-Fi Direct, allowing it to act as a screen when connected.
Samsung’s tablet is an excellent candidate to function as a second screen thanks to the quality of its panels (especially the S7 +, with its 12.4-inch Super AMOLED display) and the inclusion of SPen, which beyond to be a simple monitor should allow us to use programs like Photoshop or GIMP. The capability of this feature limits the resolution to 1080p and the refresh rate to 60Hz, but it’s still very interesting.
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