Samsung just released a new One UI 5.1 update for the Galaxy M22 device. There’s a new March 2023 security update for the Galaxy S20 FE. In addition, the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 5 users are getting new Watch Face.
Samsung Galaxy M22 One UI 5.1 update:
Samsung is rolling out One UI 5.1 update for another M series smartphone – Galaxy M22. This update carries a lot of advanced features from the Galaxy S23 phones as well as improves multiple One UI 5.0 features and functions with new tweaks. The One UI 5.1 is the last major update for the Samsung Galaxy M22 as the smartphone came pre-installed with Android 11 in 2021. The latest update can be identified via One UI build version M225FVXXU5DWB8. It’s noteworthy that the update is released for customers living in Brazil, however, the company will expand it soon.
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE March 2023 update: T-Mobile
T-Mobile has now started rolling out the March 2023 security update for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G users in the US. The latest security update mainly focuses on improving the security and privacy of your device.
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G smartphone users on the T-Mobile network are grabbing March 2023 update with One UI build version G781USQS9HWB6. The latest update is based on One UI 5.1 so your device must be updated to this major version then only your mobile will get a notification of this latest monthly patch.
New WearOS watch face:
Google redesigned its Google Keep app for Wear OS customers in December 2022, which brought new features for notes and to-do lists. Following this, the Google Keep app now introduces two complications for the Wear OS watches including Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5.
The complications with Google Keep for Wear OS arise from the two options having similar looks and functionality. These two options are Add Notes and Add List.
According to information (via 9to5Google), both options have almost the same icon type on WeaOS. Whereas, when you click on the circular shortcut of one of those options, you will have to choose between voice or keyboard input. The launch follows the addition of the Single Note home screen widget on Android earlier this month.
The company released the short note widget for Google Keep to easily manage your notes and check off to the do list right from the home screen. The ability to tap/mark complete, especially for lists is a big upgrade, which is available for Android smartphones and watches.