Samsung One UI 3.1 Update Now Roll Out for Older Galaxy Phones

By | February 19, 2021

South Korean company Samsung (Samsung) released its latest user interface One UI 3.1 some time ago. First it was given to Samsung Galaxy S21 users. After this, the Galaxy Tab S7, Tab S7 Plus, and Galaxy S20 FE received this update. Now the company is going to give One UI 3.1 update to many other smartphones of the Galaxy series. Due to this update, many cheap models of the company will also come with features like Galaxy S21.

Samsung One UI 3.1

Samsung has released a list of smartphones that are going to get Stable One UI 3.1 through a press release. This list includes Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 +, Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Fold, Galaxy A71, Galaxy A51, Galaxy A90 , Galaxy A80, Galaxy A70, and Galaxy A50.

After downloading the update, Samsung users will also see a new auto-switch feature, making it easy for them to switch from one Galaxy device to another with the Galaxy Buds Pro, Live and Buds + headphones.

Finally, the Samsung One UI 3.1 update adds a private share feature. Users can delete metadata such as location on a photo when they share it. Users can also choose how long the file will be available on the other side, which is very interesting.

The biggest change will be in the camera

The biggest change from this update will be in the camera app. Smartphones will get the Single Take feature, which so far only comes in select phones of M series and S series. From this, he can use a photo or video of his choice. Through this feature, users are able to click a lot of photos, and videos in a single click.

The second feature is that of the Object Eraser. This makes it easy to remove objects you don’t want from the photo. All you have to do is tap on that area or object and it will automatically disappear from the picture. Apart from the camera, the phones will also feature Eye Comfort Shield. Apart from this, the camera will also have the features of touch autofocus and auto exposure controller, through which users will be able to easily adjust the focus and edit brightness.

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