One UI 3.1 update rolling out for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series – The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series update with One UI 3.1 has already been released. Germany is the first country to receive the new resource. But within a few days, India will also receive the OneUI 3.1 update. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series that includes Galaxy Note 10 Plus and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra updated One UI 3.0 in December 2020. Built with an AMOLED display panel, both devices support S-Pen.
Users in Germany have already received the One UI 3.1 update. Note 10 Plus and Note 10 will have the same firmware version as N97xFXXU6FUBD and the Android security patch of March 2021 will also be added to the update.
Keep in mind that the update will run automatically for all versions of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and above. You can manually do the same thing with this mentioned step, go to Settings and click on System updates and Check for a new system update.
As mentioned earlier, Samsung released the One UI 3.0 update in December 2020 based on an Android 11 update. An One UI 3.0 update came with an updated UI design, lock screen widgets, and advanced security features. Android 11 introduced some new features, such as media playback widgets, conversation sections, chat balloons, and unique permissions, which is an advanced security feature.
Another more interesting feature is Private Share, which comes with an Android 11 update. The feature allows sharing files within a short distance between Samsung Galaxy devices compatible with Android 9 or higher. There is another interesting feature called a blue light filter, which is comfortable for your eyes. You can also remove GPS location data before sharing any image files.
The company has always been very active in launching updates for mid-range and flagship devices. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy S20 series also have a UI 3.1 update, including other phones like Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Samsung Galaxy Z flip.