Samsung‘s One UI 2.0 was part of its update period the previous year with flagships like the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy Note 10 coming with it out the box. The South Korean tech giant has also rolled out the update to some of its 2018 flagships like the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy Note 9.
The company has recently released a slightly enhanced version of the user interface, known as the One UI 2.1 with mobile devices like the controversial Galaxy Z Flip and the newly announced Galaxy S20 series.
Now, according to a moderator for Korea’s Samsung Community forum, the tech giant will soon release the One UI 2.1 update to smartphones, including the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 9, and the Galaxy Note 10.
The Quick Share Feature Will Now Be Available
We should note that One UI 2.1 doesn’t come with any innovative changes to the user interface or overall performance. One of its most significant addition, though, is the company’s AirDrop clone, known as Quick Share. The feature enables users to share documents and media with Samsung Galaxy devices in the vicinity at a rapid speed.
However, the moderator did not mention the time window of the update release. But if the background is any indication, we can assume that the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy Note 9 may have to wait a bit because the flagships launched in 2019 will probably get the update first.
Among other adjustments, the new user interface version comes with, is official support for 120 Hz displays, which will only be available to the Galaxy S20 series at the moment. Obviously, there are some technical limitations that restrict certain features to be implemented to older phone models. Another change refers to some new Screen Zoom options; still, consumers will definitely welcome the addition of the Quick Share features made available with the One UI 2.1 update.
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