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Samsung Email picks up minor improvements in latest update

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Last updated: January 26th, 2022 at 11:05 UTC+01:00

Did you know that you have two different email apps on your Samsung phone straight out of the box? There’s Gmail, an app that you find on all Android phones regardless of the manufacturer. Then there’s Samsung Email. This ships on all Samsung Galaxy devices.

The company continues to make improvements to its native email application. It’s a powerful tool that aids those who want a solution other than Gmail. Samsung Email has now received a new update that makes some minor improvements.

New Samsung Email update rolling out

Samsung Email version 6.1.61.1 has now been released. It’s available for download right away. The changelog isn’t exhaustive as Samsung hasn’t really made any major additions to its email application.

It does mention that the network connection functionality of the app has now been optimized. This should result in better performance and improved email sync. This update also stabilizes the app’s features on Android 12.

As Samsung continues to roll out the Android 12 One UI 4.0 update for many of its devices, this update is a welcome arrival. It ensures that Samsung Email continues to work without any issues on devices running the latest firmware.

You can head over to our APK section to download Samsung Email version 6.1.61.1.

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