Samsung already brought some of the features that were introduced with One UI 2.1 to the Galaxy Fold in the United States with an update last month. Features like an improved Night mode, Quick Crop, Quick Share and Music Share were among those that were released for the foldable smartphone.
However, some of the best Galaxy S20 features that were included in One UI 2.1 were missing from this update. Samsung did say that they would be added to the device in a future update. That update is rolling out for users in the United States today.
Remaining One UI 2.1 features out now for the Galaxy Fold
Samsung is now rolling out a new firmware for the Galaxy Fold in the United States. Version number F900U1UEU3BTDD is out now. It brings the remaining One UI 2.1 features that weren’t included in the first update. Today’s release also brings the security patch for the month of May 2020.
The changelog mentions that AR Emoji has been improved with a manual editing feature and enhanced facial expression recognition. It does mention that since AR Emoji has been updated to a new version, all of your previously saved AR Emojis will be deleted when you next open the AR Emoji app.
Samsung introduced a whole host of new camera features with One UI 2.1 on the Galaxy S20 lineup. Those features are now making their way to the Galaxy Fold as well. They include Single Take, Pro mode for video, Selfie tone, My Filters, Night timelapse, AR Zone as well as the ability to record FHD/UHD videos in 60 frames per second with the front camera.
This firmware update for the US Galaxy Fold has started rolling out today so it may take some time for it to go live for all users in the country. We do have the firmware readily available for download from our firmware section.