Galaxy M31 is one of the best smartphones launched by Samsung earlier this year. This handset along with Galaxy M30s helped the South Korean tech giant in boosting its online market share in India. That said, the Galaxy M31 launched with One UI Core 2.0 based on Android 10 earlier this year. Now, after months from its release, it is receiving One UI Core 2.1 update with September 2020 security patch.
One UI 2.5 is the latest stable version of Samsung’s mobile operating system, which debuted with the Galaxy Note20 series in August. Whereas, One UI 2.1 was introduced with Galaxy S20 series in the first quarter of 2020.
On the other hand, One UI Core is a stripped down version of standard One UI for budget devices. Hence, being a budget smartphone, Galaxy M31 is getting One UI Core 2.1 update with firmware version M31FXXU2ATI4.
According to the official changelog, Night mode name has been changed to Dark mode with enhanced image, text & color enhancements, and darkened wallpapers, widgets & alarms. The update also brings clearer app icons and system colors with improved layouts for tiles and buttons.
Further, it also adds new navigation gestures, One-handed mode, more detailed battery information graph in Device care, Digital wellbeing and trash feature for Contacts.
Last but not least, the latest system update for Samsung Galaxy M31 weighs 1.62GB in size and is being rolled out in phases.
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