Earlier this week, Samsung held its Galaxy Unpacked event. The South Korean manufacturer unveiled some of its latest devices, including the Galaxy Z Flip3 5G, Z Fold3 5G, Galaxy Watch 4, Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, and Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G.
Samsung has been busy rolling out the latest Android 11 OS to its different smartphone models. The latest to receive the update are its tablet models, the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+. The new update comes with the usual One UI 3.1 features and two additional features that Samsung has added for these devices.
Earlier this month, Samsung announced that it will be committing to three years of Android updates. This means that all of its devices will be getting updates and not just limit this to the flagship Galaxy S and Note models.
Google is reportedly working with Samsung to make Rich Communication Services (RCS) messaging more available on Galaxy devices.
According to the report, even though there are select Samsung Galaxy phones that are already compatible with RCS, it is still largely carrier-based. This is why the two have decided to work together to make this feature available.
With the ongoing threat of the coronavirus disease, there’s only one sure way you can protect yourself: by practicing good hygiene. But good hygiene does not only mean washing your hands. It also means making sure that your smartphone is disinfected.