One 3.1 UI Update to Most of its Galaxy Devices: Samsung has been rolling out the One UI 3.1 update to its premium mid-range and flagship devices over the past couple of weeks. The better news is that even low-budget smartphones from Samsung will also be receiving the updates.
As long as you own a Galaxy device released in the last couple of years, there’s a high chance that One UI 3.1 will be delivered to you in 2021.
Over the past weeks, Samsung released One UI 3.1 to allot of its flagship and premium mid-range devices (old and new). It now appears that same update is available for three more Galaxy devices; Galaxy A41, Galaxy Tab A7, and Galaxy A21s.
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The One UI 3.1 brings into Samsung ecosystem some of Google’s important apps, such as Google Discover and Google Duo. Also, some Galaxy devices are getting new video calls effects to add in the background, as well as new camera features like Director’s view and Single Take 2.0.
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Even Samsung tabs are not left behind. Samsung’s tablets will also be receiving lots of productivity features in addition to the ones smartphones are getting. Features such as, second screen and wireless keyboard sharing.
Note that Samsung won’t bring all the One UI 3.1 features to some Galaxy devices, but many of them will make it to the majority of the company’s smartphones and tablets.
So, if you own a Samsung Galaxy phone or Galaxy Tab, you can check for software update under settings to know if you got the new updates. While some regions might get the One UI 3.1 update first, it will eventually get to your device.