Samsung's One UI 5.1 software update was unveiled earlier this month during the first Galaxy Unpacked event of the year that saw the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series. The update doesn't bring major UI changes compared to the One UI 5.0 update. However, it includes the Expert RAW feature, which enables users to take high-quality images. The South Korean tech giant has reportedly begun rolling out the One UI 5.1 update for its other flagship Galaxy models. The foldable Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 are among the first Samsung handset to get this update.
According to a GSMArena report, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4, along with the Galaxy S22 series have started receiving the Android 13-based One UI 5.1 update.
Samsung previously revealed that the Galaxy S23 will boot One UI 5.1 out-of-the-box.
Meanwhile, SamMobile reports that the older Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S20 lineups have also started receiving One UI 5.1 update. Galaxy S20 series users in Europe are reportedly receiving the update with firmware version G98xxXXUFHWAK. The report claims that this could be the last Android version update for the Galaxy S20 handsets.
Samsung previously revealed that One UI 5.1 brings updated camera abilities. Users can change hues using the “Effects” button while taking selfies. The new Expert RAW feature enables users to take high-quality images from the Advanced menu of the camera app. The Notes app can now be used to collaborate with other users. Furthermore, users can invite others to collaborate on shared albums, notes, and calendars, Samsung says.
DeX Mode has been refined in One UI 5.1 to make multi-tasking easier. Samsung says that users to control their Galaxy smartphones and tablets with the same mouse that is being used to control a Samsung Galaxy Book — Apple offers a similar Universal Control feature on compatible devices.
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