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Samsung begins One UI 3.1 update rollout for Galaxy S20 and Note 20 series, Galaxy Z Fold2, & more


After updating devices like the Galaxy S20 FE and Galaxy Tab S7 series, Samsung is officially bringing the One UI 3.1 update to Galaxy S20 Series, Note 20 Series, Z Fold2, and Z Flip devices.

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Samsung in a press release announced that it will bring the latest One UI 3.1 update to various flagship and mid-range series of devices. You can take a look at the list below:

*-The Galaxy S20 FE started receiving it a few days ago but Samsung had to pull it back reportedly due to various issues.

Samsung launched the One UI 3.1 back when it announced the Galaxy S21 series of devices in January. These devices are the first ones to carry the UI out of the box. It then started updating the older devices by pushing the UI update via OTA(Over-The-Air).

Anyway, the latest update is rolling out to various regions in the UK, Europe(like Austria, Germany), and South Korea. If you are someone living in these regions, you can try out the new features by navigating to Software Update in Settings.


The One UI 3.1 brings features like Improved performance, Private Share, GPS location data removal on Images, more Lock screen widgets, Background Video Calling, Google Discover on Home Screen, Zoom Lock(in camera), and more.

That said, a report by Sammobile says that Samsung hasn’t brought the Google Discover, Google Messages to the devices with this update. This means it is still exclusive to the Galaxy S21 devices for now.


Users in other regions need not panic as Samsung will eventually roll out the update soon in the coming days. Also, in the news, Samsung has mentioned devices like the Galaxy A90, Galaxy A70, Galaxy A80, Galaxy A51, A71. We will have to wait for a few days to know when Samsung starts their rollout.



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