Samsung has already started launching the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Z Fold 3 One UI 4.1 update in select countries. Meanwhile, the device’s fixed carrier model now only receives the latest software updates from the US market.
The update comes with One UI build version N980USQU2FVC5 for Galaxy Note 20, N985USQU2FVC5, and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. While Galaxy Z Fold 3 users can recognize it by the version number F926USQU1CVC5. It is currently being released in the US on the Comcast and Xfinity Mobile networks.
Furthermore, the latest update of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Note 20 comes with a variety of new features and changes. It aims to make your Galaxy experience more intuitive, more fun, safer, and easier than ever before.
With the enhanced Quick Sharing feature, you can share photos more easily, Enhanced RAM Plus allows you to customize your phone’s RAM, while the grammar keyboard ensures you don’t make typos.
Other than that, new features like Google Duo Live Share allow you to share your screen with people you are far away from. Plus, Galaxy S22-inspired camera features, including night portrait capabilities, pet recognition, and light position editing, enhance your photography experience.
Furthermore, Reflection Eraser, Shadow Eraser, improved Bixby routines, improved color palette, Smart Widgets, and better low-light portraits are also among the main highlights of Samsung One UI 4.1.