One UI 3.1 Update Coming to Galaxy S20, Note 20 & Galaxy Z Fold 2

Samsung is widely distributing the latest One UI 3.1 version to the more flagship devices. After the Galaxy S20 FE, the update is now ready to launch on Galaxy S20, Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Z Fold 2 devices. All these devices have been scheduled to get the firmware today, and South Korea will be the first country to receive it. As we writing this article. Galaxy S20 family is now getting One UI 3.1 version with all the newly added features. It brings plenty of new functions, customizations to the existing ones, and stability to the device.

It brings the Object eraser function in the Single take, the touch autofocus, and autoexposure controller to capture the perfect image. The Muti Mic Recording features will allow users to record audios through their phone as well as from connected Bluetooth devices like Galaxy Buds Pro. The Gallary has also been updated to store all the saved images and other data in the sequence manner and make it easy for you. The new Eye comfort shield will take care of your eyes by adjusting color temperature throughout the day.

New Galaxy S20 Update

There are plenty of new features that you can read from the above screenshot for the Galaxy S20. The firmware version G98*FXXU6DUB5 is currently rolling out for Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ & Galaxy S20 Ultra devices. It also comes with a February security patch and weighs 1253MB in size. Today, it will also come to Galaxy Note 20 & Galaxy Z Fold 2 devices. Stay tuned with us, and we will inform you about the upcoming releases.

Update 1: Galaxy Note 20 family is also upgrading to the latest One UI 3.1 version. The firmware version N98*NKSU1CUB6 with 1615MB in size is now rolling out in the home country, and soon you will see it in the other regions.

Update 2: As promised today, Samsung is now rolling out this firmware for Galaxy Z Fold 2 device, and again South Korea became first region to receive it. For the new features and changes, you can refer above Galaxy S20 firmware screenshot, as all these devices carry same features.

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