Since the last week, users are talking about the One UI 3.1.1 version that is supposed to distribute on the older Galaxy devices. Well, you may have not noticed, but the latest August update that you have received on your smartphone is what you are looking for, confirms the Samsung team. Users are bit confusing about the new software version than ever. Samsung always posts a new article on its official website, when it starts delivering new major One UI firmware. Also, the company mentions all features on the changelog when it rolling out, and changes the One UI version, but none of this happened this year.
Now, the Samsung community manager came ahead confirmed that the software updates which have been released since the last week are based on the One UI 3.1.1 version. After Galaxy S21, Galaxy S10 series, Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy Note 10 series & Galaxy Note 20 series devices have been receiving this new software in major countries. The new One UI 3.1.1 is the smallest version of any other previous major versions, so it became difficult to notice any changes.
Here are some features users will notice in the new version. The company has added a setting to display the party’s number on the call screen. New features have come to the Samsung Internet browser. In the contact, users can change their favorite list and improved the usability of account selection when creating a contact. In the new functions, users will see the Photo remaster feature and bedtime mode.
Also, users will notice a new weather app version, clock version, and no more ads. Further, users feel faster app openings, faster camera response, less device heat, enhanced fingerprint sensor, and the animations and pop-up menus load faster.
The firmware version for the Galaxy S10 lineup starts with G97*FXXUCFUH3 and it weighs 733MB in size. The Galaxy S20 series gets G98*BXXU9DUH2 and it gains 623MB size. The Galaxy Note 10 devices receive N97*FXXU7FUH3 and come in a heavy 927MB size. The last Galaxy Note 20 series gets N98*BXXU3DUH2 and weighs 738MB in size. Already some of you may have downloaded this update, if not, then head to the Settings – Software Update, and check for any pending update.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.