Samsung began unveiling the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update for Galaxy Z Flip and Z Flip 5G smartphone users in European markets a few weeks ago. The tech giant is now expanding this update into carrier-locked model devices in the United States.
The latest software upgrade brings a number of features as well as enhanced custom and privacy features that give users control over multiple features and allow them to create their own customized mobile phones.
In addition, it will introduce a March 2022 Android security patch to improve system security and stability as well as sixty-two updates and features that include 2 keys, 29 floors, and nineteen CVE levels.
Further, the fresh software update comes with One UI build version F700U1UEU4GVC4 for the LTE variant while the 5G Galaxy Z Flip users can identify it via the build version F707U1UEU2FVC4.
Furthermore, there’s improved RAM Plus that lets you customize the RAM of your device, revamped color palette that offers you more convenience while choosing the theme, and an Enhanced Quick Share feature that lets you edit and share images with more ease.
Samsung Smart Switch gets more customizable options, whereas, with SmartThings Find, the new software lets you share items with others so that you can find them together when it gets lost. You can also add emojis to calendar entries and take quick notes on Samsung Notes while browsing on Samsung Internet or Samsung Gallery.
Besides these, improved Bixby Routines, better low-light portrait images, the ability to turn off Game Optimization Service, better privacy, and more are also among the main highlights of the update. Meanwhile, Samsung’s partnership with Google ensures a seamless experience when using your favorite third-party apps and services as well.