This week, Samsung revealed that the Galaxy S22, Galaxy Z Fold 4, and Galaxy Z Flip 4 lines will all receive the latest One UI 5.1 software update. This month, the business released the One UI 5.1 upgrade, which is powered by Android 13 and is available to all users, on the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Samsung’s Sangh Yun Yoon stated in a blog post that “One UI 5.1 is the most recent example of Samsung’s dedication to delivering Galaxy consumers with the latest technologies as quickly as feasible.” “Within a few short weeks after the Galaxy S23 series announcement, we have worked together with our service providers and carrier partners to provide One UI 5.1 to current Galaxy smartphones and tablets throughout the world.”
Onesie 5.1 is an update that aims to enhance personalization, encourage connectivity between Samsung phones and computers, and enable users to get more out of the camera. Similar to Apple, Samsung now offers a shared clipboard feature that lets users copy text on one device and paste it on another. If you have the Connect to Windows programmed installed, you can also share web pages without any trouble.
There are also improvements for the gallery and camera apps. For the first, Samsung immediately expands Expert RAW access in the main app. Users previously had to utilize a different Expert RAW programmed to take RAW pictures. In contrast, the Gallery app now has faster face search and can be used to create family photo albums rapidly.
Samsung also includes a variety of smart widgets and routines, such as an improved smart recommendations widget that integrates Spotify and a dynamic weather widget.
Users have already begun reporting the deployment of Onesie 5.1, and according to Samsung, the update will soon be available for the Galaxy S22 series, Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4, S21 series, and S20 series. The S20 is receiving updates beyond what the now-unsupported Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL did because to the company’s lengthy support timeframes, making purchasing a Samsung phone more appealing to buyers interested in long-term use.