Samsung One UI 4.1 arrives to Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3

Michail, 15 March 2022

Samsung has begun seeding the One UI 4.1 update to its older flagship devices. The Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 are first in line to get the new update which brings new photo editing features as well as an overhauled Samsung keyboard with built-in Grammarly support. Sure enough, both of our Galaxy Z Fold3 and Z Flip3 office units have begun receiving the update which comes in at just under 950MB in size and brings the most recent March security patch.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 update changelog

The update will also arrive to older devices with the following order: Galaxy S21 series (including FE model), followed by the Galaxy S20 series (including FE models), Galaxy Z Fold2, Galaxy Fold 5G and Galaxy Fold. Galaxy Z Flip 5G and Galaxy Z Flip are next in line followed by the Galaxy Note20 series, Galaxy Note10+ and Galaxy S10 series. Select Galaxy A series smartphones and the Galaxy Tab S7 FE will also get the update soon.

As for the new features, Google Duo Live sharing allows users to share their screen with friends and view photos in the native Samsung Gallery app together while on a call. Samsung Browser and Notes are also supported in the new feature.

The Expert RAW app will be limited to the S21 Ultra and S22 series for now while support for the Galaxy Z Fold3 in April 2022 and Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy Note20 Ultra and Galaxy Z Fold2 later in this year. Expert RAW gives you additional manual controls for photo shooting as well as the ability to edit photos captured in JPG and DNG RAW formats as well as videos.

Samsung is also bringing its Object Eraser function with the new update allowing you to remove unwanted objects from your shots. The new update also adds enhanced photo share and quick share options as well as a Grammarly integration to the Samsung keyboard.



Reader comments

  • Osiris
  • 16 Mar 2022
  • JhV

Because it is a 2019. device, read old

  • Anonymous
  • 16 Mar 2022
  • Nhy

Same question here. I wonder why!

  • ll
  • 16 Mar 2022
  • L6u

Users data are not safe after the huge leak of the source code out in the wild, think Samsung are extremely busy interesting to see that's next

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