The past couple of months have been very busy for Samsung, and fans have had tons of new things to look forward to. From the launch of the Galaxy S22 and Tab S8 lineups to the introduction of new Galaxy A phones and the release of One UI 4.1 for over 100 million users, Samsung sure had a lot to share.
This month’s One UI 4.1 update rollout is probably the most exciting thing for the most amount of Samsung customers. Up to this point, One UI 4.1 went live for the Galaxy Z Fold 3, the Galaxy Z Flip 3, the Galaxy S21, and Note 20 series in Europe and soon other regions. And we suspect that the Galaxy S20 lineup won’t be lagging for too long either and could get the update before the end of the month.
In essence, Samsung’s gift for March was the release of One UI 4.1 for roughly 100 million customers, all of which can now enjoy the latest firmware. There are new camera features to explore, new personalization options, and various other cosmetic changes. And with One UI 4.1, customers can now choose how much virtual RAM they want from their phones.
Of course, the Galaxy S22 series already ships with One UI 4.1, and so do the new Galaxy A (2022) series. Millions of other Samsung customers can expect the One UI 4.1 firmware update to continue to expand its reach and land on other eligible phones, including the Galaxy A (2021) series (though, we’ll probably have to wait a little while longer).
Are you one of the countless One UI 4.1 users out there? Or are you waiting for the update to become available for your device or region? Let us know in the comment section below.
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