The latest One UI 3.1 came with the Galaxy S21 series back in January and it sport some pretty decent revamps on the entire user interface and add up some security tweaks and patches for the year 2021.
Samsung today introduced the Galaxy S20 FE which is expected to bring some pretty decent features and interesting tweaks to the affordable flagship device released back in 2020.
The firmware comes with the version ID number G781BXXU2CUB5 which can be downloaded via Sammobile just in case you’re unable to receive yours directly.
The release isn’t yet global but if you reside in Europe, there is every possibility of getting your hands on the new update. So far, the One UI 3.1 for Galaxy S20 FE is available in the Netherlands, Belgium, Greece, Romania, Spain, Germany, Nordic, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Italy, United Kingdom, France, Slovenia, Baltic, Portugal and Poland.
The South Korean tech giant seems to have been working really hard these days since the release of its 2021 flagship, the Galaxy S21 series which made it out just one month ago and packed with some pretty decent features and high-end specs.
Some of the interesting features you’ll be getting with the new update includes Google Discover which will be on the home screen, the ability to add video call effects in third-party apps, removal of location data from photos and other cool user interface tweaks.
How soon the One UI 3.1 for Galaxy S20 FE will arrive in other markets outside of Europe is yet unknown but the fact remains that this shouldn’t take too long considering how fast Samsung seems to be moving these days.