Samsung has started rolling out its latest software update-One UI 5.1, to a range of flagship Galaxy models, including the foldable Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4. The company introduced the update during the first Galaxy Unpacked. During that time, Samsung revealed the Expert RAW feature, allowing users to capture high-quality images, along with some other minor UI changes. Additionally, the older Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S20 lineups have also started receiving the One UI 5.1 update. What’s more, European Galaxy S20 series users are reportedly getting the update with firmware version G98xxXXUFHWAK.
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One UI 5.1 update details
According to Samsung, One UI 5.1 updates the camera with the ability to change hues while taking selfies. It also refines DeX Mode for easier multitasking. Additionally, the Notes app can now be used for collaborations, and users can invite others to collaborate on shared albums, notes, and calendars. Overall, Samsung is trying to improve user experience with the new update.
Furthermore, the One UI 5.1 update allows users to control their Galaxy smartphones and tablets with the same mouse that is being used to control a Samsung Galaxy Book. This feature makes multitasking and switching between devices seamless and efficient. With the rollout of this update, Samsung is once again demonstrating its commitment to providing the latest features to its users.
Samsung recently launched its latest Galaxy S23 series of smartphones. The company has offered some updates across the entire series. They all have the latest processors for instance. Anyways, to find out more about these devices, along with the latest pricing information, keep following TeamGeeky.
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