Samsung's umpteenth device to get an official Android 11 update means business
By the way, the extra-robust and reasonably powerful tablet can still be purchased from both Samsung's official US website for business customers and Amazon in Wi-Fi-only and LTE-enabled variants. Given the slate's rugged design, sharp 8-inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, Exynos 9810 processor, built-in S Pen, native Wireless DeX support, and this impending Android 11 update, that sub-$500 starting price actually feels pretty affordable.
The Galaxy Tab Active 3 follows in the footsteps of the rugged Galaxy XCover Pro handset, as well as countless other "mainstream" Samsung smartphones and tablets, on the Android 11 bandwagon.
Even with all of that in mind, it's astonishing how quickly the world's largest smartphone manufacturer and second-largest tablet vendor is spreading the Android 11 love across both those product lineups while virtually every other major company continues to struggle to make anything remotely resembling similar progress.