The latest stable version of One UI, Samsung’s custom layer, has paved the way for two of the manufacturer’s best-selling mobiles: Samsung Galaxy A51 Y Samsung Galaxy S9 (and S9 +). Both have started updating in Europe: this will progressively reach all phones.
One UI 3.0 and Android 11 has started its beta period on the latest Samsung models, but it is not the only update that is pending: before the third version is stable One UI 2.5 has yet to reach a good number of mobiles. One of the last was the Samsung Galaxy A71. And today we get the notice that its brother, the A51, has started the update process. Not only that, it also comes to the Galaxy S9, it is its last major update.
Wireless DeX for Galaxy S9 and more
One UI 2.5 is the latest stable update to Samsung’s custom layer, a version that debuted with the Samsung Galaxy Note 20. Due to this, the manufacturer has been bringing improvements of the Note 20 to mobiles that receive One UI 2.5, something that has been happening in the 2020 range and also in the 2018 range. The Samsung Galaxy S9 embraces like this your last major software update.
Beyond the departure of the Samsung Galaxy S9 from the Android update circuit (Samsung promised three years of new system versions from Samsung Galaxy S10), One UI 2.5 brings notable improvements from the higher models to the phone. There he is wireless mode for Samsung DeX, for example, excellent news for those who want to use their mobile on their desk and without cables. Keyboard improvements are also made, in the Always On Display (AOD), Samsung updates the camera app with more shooting and recording styles, adds some aesthetic details to the layer and improves its stability, also consumption.
For its part, the Samsung Galaxy A51 has also started receiving One UI 2.5, first in Russia. The improvements introduced are more or less the same as those received by the Samsung Galaxy S9, although cropped due to hardware and lower range (Wireless DeX is left out, for example).
If you have any of the phones, check the notifications in case the OTA reaches you. It’s also worth checking out if there’s a new version on Samsung’s servers from the menu ”Software update‘of the settings.
Via | Sammobile
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