Samsung’s One UI 3 has been steadily rolling out to their new Galaxy devices, including the Galaxy S20 series, Tab S7 series, Galaxy M31 and more. Along with all the visual changes and camera features, Samsung is increasing the integration between devices in the Galaxy ecosystem and added a few features to improve the Galaxy experience with Windows devices.
With One UI 3.0, clipboard sharing has been added, allowing users to copy texts or images between Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
Switching between Galaxy devices when browsing is now quicker and easier along with a faster sync in Samsung Notes app.
The Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ will now have a feature called Second screen that allows users to extend their Window’s laptop screen to the display on the tab. Users can either have a second app on the tab’s display or they can duplicate it, allowing users to use the tablet’s touch screen and pen as inputs.
And lastly, Samsung’s Book Cover keyboard can be used as an input for Galaxy smartphones too via the Wireless Keyboard Sharing feature. This also includes using the touchpad as a cursor in Galaxy smartphones.
All these features will be available on Samsung Galaxy devices with the latest One UI 3 updates.