Galaxy Tab S7 gets a new S Pen feature, Samsung Free and Dolby to DeX


Galaxy Tab S7
Source: Tim Schofield

Samsung has rolled out updates to numerous Galaxy smartphones and Galaxy Watches this month. The South Korean giant hasn’t forgotten its tablet portfolio. The company has now started pushing a new software update to its flagship Galaxy Tab S7 lineup. Earlier this year, Samsung pushed One UI 3.1 to the lineup while also made a promise to bring new S Pen features. Well, it’s time for the brand to live up to that commitment.

Apart from bringing the new S Pen features, the firmware update brings a bunch of other additions as well.

Samsung rolls out a new update to Galaxy Tab S7 duo!

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is receiving a new firmware update that carries the version T976BXXU1BUBB. The update brings a new S Pen feature to the tablet. Yes! we’re talking about the S Pen to text feature that allows you to use S Pen in more areas such as address boxes. It also makes scanning documents more convenient. Apart from bringing S Pen features, the new update also includes Samsung Free and DeX Dolby support.

For those who’re unaware, Samsung Free is the company’s replacement of Samsung Daily. It has still yet to make its way to more flagship devices such as Galaxy S20 and Note 20. With DeX in Dolby, you’ll now be able to enjoy an immersive audio experience even in Wireless DeX mode. Lastly, the changelog mentions overall stability that also includes a fingerprint sensor. The icing on the cake is the March 2021 Android security patch that is also in tow. Speaking of that, Samsung has also rolled out this security patch to Galaxy S21 today.

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It is worth noting that this new firmware update is currently rolling out only in Germany and for Tab S7+. We’re expecting the update to make its way to the base model and more regions in the coming weeks. Whenever that’ll happen, you know we got you covered. Haven’t received the update notification? Maybe you want to check for it manually. You can do so by heading over to Settings>>Software Update>>Download and Install.

Considering all the software rollout in the month of February, it is safe to assume that the company is now putting an extra focus on the updates for its entire product portfolio. From smartphones to wearables, Samsung has pushed updates all across the globe and that’s a welcome change.

 

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