Samsung kicks off One UI 6.1 update for Galaxy Tab S9 FE and FE+

Samsung has started rolling out the much-awaited One UI 6.1 update for Galaxy Tab S9 FE and S9 FE+. The company has already released a big incremental upgrade for both the premium Galaxy Tab S9 series and the Tab S8 series.

Yesterday, the company kick-started the rollout campaign for its mid-range phones, including Galaxy S21 FE, A34, and A54. Today, the availability is expanded to the Fan Edition edition models of Tab S9.

The update is seeded with the X610XXU3BXE1 software version, with a download size of around 2.5GB. At the time of writing, the update is available to the Tab S9 FE+ users in mainland Korea, and it is expected to be released to everyone in the coming days.

Moving to the list of changes, sadly, there’s no mention of AI features in the changelog, instead, the update brings improved gallery search, new lock screen widgets, new wallpaper editing tools, revamped calendar settings, Google Search suggestions inside the finder app, and more.

If you own the Galaxy Tab S9 FE or Tab S9 FE+, then you may have already received the update on your device. If not, you can manually check for the update by going to Settings > Software Update > Download and Install.

Remember to back up your important data before installing the update. No, the update will not erase your data, but take a backup just in case. Also, charge your phone to at least 50%.

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