Samsung named devices that will receive One UI 4.1

Simultaneously with the release of the flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy S22, the South Korean company has released a new version of the proprietary One UI 4.1 interface. Last week, the Galaxy A33 5G, Galaxy A53 5G, and Galaxy A73 5G smartphones premiered, which also received an up-to-date version of the user interface. Of course, these are not the only smartphones that will be able to try out all the features of the latest shell.

Samsung has announced its plans to roll out the update to One UI 4.1, making the decision to roll out the update in two phases. The first wave of updates includes the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold 3 foldable models, the Galaxy S21 series flagships, a range of Galaxy A devices, and the Galaxy S7 FE tablet.

Phase 2 will include the Galaxy S20, Galaxy Z Fold, Galaxy Z Fold2, Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Note 10, and Galaxy S10 lineups. The One UI 4.1 shell will receive a number of devices from the Galaxy A and Galaxy Tab S series. Unfortunately, the company did not give specific release dates for the update and did not list all models that can expect to receive it.

As a reminder, One UI 4.1 brings with it an improved photo editor and expanded gallery functionality, as well as improved widgets. You can add web links to notes, and on stylus-enabled devices, you can take notes and then edit them on another gadget.

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