The Galaxy Tab Active 3 is Samsung's latest rugged tablet for businesses

Alonzo Simpson
January 19, 2021

Not only that, but Samsung also kick-started the One UI 3.0 beta program for the Galaxy A51 5G in South Korea and the Galaxy M31 in India.

Samsung's Galaxy Tab Active3 is available in the U.S. Tuesday with prices starting at $489.99 for the Wi-Fi-only model and $589.99 for the models that support LTE.

The One UI 3.0 update has versions such as M315FXXU2BUAC, M315FODM2BUAC, and M315FDDU2BUAA (depending upon the smartphone variant) and it comes with the January 2021 Android security patch. Weighing over 2.4GB, it is now rolling out in South Korea but the OTA (Over The Air) update should expand to other regions soon.

Typically, this allows the Tablets to operate as a second screen (like Apple Sidecar) with Select Samsung Windows PCs. You can know more about the latest OneUI update here.

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Of course, the download size wouldn't be the same for those with Galaxy M31 units running on One UI 2.5. However, that roadmap seems to be a mere placeholder as we have seen on a number of occasions in the past as well.

The Galaxy M02s sources its fuel from a 5,000mAh battery and runs Samsung One UI based on Android 10.

It's unclear what new features or improvements One UI 3.1 brings over One UI 3.0 if any. Samsung has also made UI changes to streamline the menus, allowing for a more seamless navigation experience.

Apart from new devices, Samsung is expected to roll out a bucketload of Android 11 updates for its smartphones and tablets this year.The Galaxy Z Fold 2 was one of the first Samsung smartphones to be updated to Android 11 this year, but if you're rocking the other foldable handset released by the South Korean giant, don't fret. The company will likely expand the rollout to other regions in the coming weeks. You can also manually check for the update by navigating to the Software update menu in your Android tablet's Settings app.

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