Samsung announced the presence of an update to the One UI 4.1 operating system for more Galaxy devices, including those launched in previous years. As is known, One UI 4.1 first appeared together with the Galaxy S22 Series. What Galaxy devices got this software update?
List of Galaxy devices receiving the One UI 4.1 update
In a press release received by Yangcanggih , Wednesday (23/3), Samsung explained that this update will start with the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3. Several other smartphones such as the Galaxy S21 Series, the Galaxy A Series series, and the Galaxy Tab S7 tablet. FE will also get updates.
For those who have devices with a longer release year, there is no need to worry. Samsung ensures that it will also provide similar updates for the Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, S20 FE 5G, Galaxy Z Fold2, Galaxy Z Fold, Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy Note20, Note20 Ultra, Note10+, Galaxy S10, and so on.
One UI 4.1 Fitur Features
One of the interesting features that One UI 4.1 brings is the Expert RAW application. Similar to the Galaxy S22 Series, Expert RAW allows users to get a DSLR-like experience with complete control over the lens and camera settings. Users can also edit photos and save files in JPG and DNG formats.
It should be underlined, Expert RAW is currently only limited to the S21 Ultra and S22 Series. Later, this feature will roll out for the Galaxy Z Fold3 in April 2022, and will follow later for the S20 Ultra, Note 20 Ultra, and Galaxy Z Fold2.
While the Object Eraser as the name implies makes it easy to edit photos by removing objects, people, shadows, or reflections in the background that interfere with the perfection of the photo. As part of the update, users can also enjoy Quick Share, a feature to send multiple photos, videos, and files at once.
In addition, there is also Google Duo Live Sharing, which allows sharing screens with friends to view photos in the shared Gallery, revisit shared precious memories, share browser screens, and collaborate on Samsung Notes when making video calls.
Samsung has teamed up with Grammarly to create a keyboard that’s smarter than just finding typos. Grammarly can provide ideas to improve sentence clarity, find interesting synonyms, write fluently, and much more to improve writing quality.