Earlier this month, We found the first sign of Samsung’s upcoming One UI 2.1 for Galaxy S & Note series. Now we have confirmed the news when it hits in the market for flagship smartphones. According to the Galaxy S moderator at Samsung Community, the company will deliver One UI 2.1 version early next month. As on the posted article, the moderator says, the update will release within three weeks that we can say it would happen in the first week of April.
One UI 2.1 will release for Galaxy S9/S9+, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S10 & Galaxy Note 10 series devices. The first device to get the upcoming update is the Galaxy S10 series, as it has clearly mentioned in the post. Later, Galaxy Note 10 series will get it, and then it comes to previous flagship smartphones. South Korea will be the first country to receive it and later the US and other major countries. The One UI 2.1 includes screen zoom, apply dark mode to wallpapers, music share, AR zone, night hyper lapse mode, single take and Samsung Quick Share options with some other implements.
At current, only Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, Galaxy S20 Ultra & Galaxy Z Flip devices are running on One UI 2.1 version with Android 10. It is not the only news that we received today. In the second half of this year, these devices will get One UI 2.5 version. The first feature on the 2.5 release is Google Gesture, and the more functions may reveal in the coming weeks.