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Samsung Galaxy A01 gets Android 11-based One UI 3.1 update

After upgrading dozens of Galaxy phones and tablets, Samsung’s mission now is to provide Android 11 updates to the rest of its devices. Recently, the company initially released its major software update to one of its entry-level A-series smartphones.

According to the latest information, the Samsung Galaxy A01 smartphone started to use Android 11 for the One UI 3.1 update in Russia. In addition to the iconic features, the firmware also includes the latest security patches released in April 2021 to provide the latest protection for your device.

Identified by issue number A015FXXU4BUD8, the new Galaxy A01 update is currently being launched in Russia. Since this is an initial deployment, it may take a while to expand in more regions.

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Samsung One UI 3.0 version has a series of new features, as well as a redesigned user interface, better customization features, enhanced features, and focuses on “recognizing and improving your digital habits.”

In addition, One UI 3.1 also provides some useful features (for compatible devices), including object eraser, private sharing, Samsung free, Eye Comfort Shield, Google Duo integrated with stock dialer app, Bud Automatic switching function, delete location function to share previous data, etc.

Finally, Android 11 adds many powerful features, such as “chat bubbles”, which can help you focus on your current work, one-time permissions to apps, fixed conversations, security improvements, notification history, better privacy control, Built-in screen recorder, and so on.

If you have not received the notification about downloading the Android 11 and One UI 3.1 updates, you can also manually check by going to Device Settings > Software Update > Download and Install.


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