Samsung is working on releasing Android 12 and One UI 4.0 for more Galaxy devices. And while all this is happening, the company is also preparing One UI 4.1 for the upcoming Galaxy S22 flagship series. The latter should be the first to introduce One UI 4.1 to Samsung fans, but as yet, there’s not much known about the improvements in One UI 4.1 over the ongoing One UI 4.0 firmware.
Regarding One UI 4.0, we’re having a lot of fun with the new firmware, but not everything’s perfect, and we previously talked about a few things that we believe Samsung could’ve done better. Now, as promised, we’re following up with a new video on SamMobile TV in which we’re exploring a few of the features and changes One UI 4.1 could bring to the table based on what’s lacking in One UI 4.0. Or, if you prefer, four improvements we’d like to see in One UI 4.1.
We touch on RAM Plus management, UI navigation — more specifically vertical scrolling — video call effects, and an adjustment we’d like to see to 4K 60fps video recording that, we believe, could make the already-excellent Camera experience a little bit better. Check our latest video below, and don’t forget to follow our social media channels if you want to stay up to date on future news and videos.
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