When the Samsung Galaxy S20 series landed, the three phones in the series were preinstalled with Samsung One UI 2.1. This was a new version of the Android skin that no other phone had at the time.
Now Samsung One UI 2.1 is also available for other phones outside the Galaxy S20 series. In fact, two rows of devices should see the update from today.
So far, Samsung has confirmed that all devices of the Samsung Galaxy S10 family and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 family will see Samsung One UI 2.1. The update appears to be rolling out in Korea now, but it should soon land in many other countries around the world.
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In addition, for the Samsung Galaxy S9 series and the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 this Upgrade to One UI 2.1 will be provided. However, Samsung has yet to confirm this – it's still just a rumor with a Samsung community moderator as the source of this information. However, it is likely that these two device series will see the update, considering that they already have a 2.0 user interface and the 2.1 upgrades aren't too crazy.
Speaking of which most updates within Samsung A user interface 2.1 refers to the camera. Functions that were strongly emphasized at the launch event of the Galaxy S20 are now transferred to older devices. These features include Single Take, which creates multiple media shapes by simply pressing the shutter button, as well as improved night mode, adding night hyperlapse, and custom filters.
For more information on the new camera features in Samsung One UI 2.1, click here.