Samsung adds Five More Phones to One UI 6.1 Update List

Samsung is on a roll with the One UI 6.1 update. After updating its flagship phones, Samsung began rolling out One UI 6.1 to budget and entry-level phones a few weeks ago. Recently, the South Korean tech giant released One UI 6.1 for five more Galaxy phones.

Samsung Galaxy A52 4G, Galaxy A52s, Galaxy M34, Galaxy Jump 3 (Galaxy M44), and Galaxy XCover 7 are now getting One UI 6.1 update.

The 5G variant of Galaxy A52 received the update just a few days ago, and now the 4G variant of the device is finally receiving the update. One UI 6.1 for the regular Galaxy A52 is rolling out in Russia with firmware build A525FXXU6FXD2.

The Galaxy A52s, a premium model in the Galaxy A52 lineup, is also getting the One UI 6.1 update but in South Korea. The update for the A52s comes with firmware build A528NKSU4GXE1. While the One UI 6.1 update for Galaxy M34 is live in India with build M346BXXU4CXE1.

The Galaxy Jump 3 also known as Galaxy M44, is also among the latest batch to get the big One UI 6.1 update. In case you didn’t know, the Galaxy Jump 3 is only available in Samsung’s home country South Korea. One UI 6.1 for Galaxy Jump 3 comes with build M446KKSU3CXE1.

Another Galaxy device getting One UI 6.1 is a rugged phone, Galaxy XCover 7. The update is rolling out for users in Europe with build G556BXXU3BXE3.

One UI 6.1 is a big update, so no matter what device you own, expect the update size to be around 2GB. So make sure to use WiFi to download the update.

Now talking about changes, the update brings the latest May 2024 Android Security patch, at least on the Galaxy Jump3 and Galaxy XCover 7. The changelog on all five devices are mostly the same and none of these phones get Galaxy AI features.

New features of One UI 6.1 include, copy and paste from one image to another, new wallpaper editing features, more widgets on the lock screen, a new Samsung Find app to locate your devices, improved privacy, and more. Check the full changelog here.

Availability of some new features may vary by device. If you own one of these Galaxy phones, you will soon get the OTA update if you haven’t already. The updates will soon be available in other regions as well. Make sure you check for the update manually by going to Settings > Software Update > Download and Install.

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Ashutosh singh

Computer Science graduate and tech enthusiast. Love testing new tech gadgets ever since my first windows phone from Samsung. Working as a technical writer for more than five years, and I believe I have also developed good SEO skills. In my spare time, I like watching movies, and playing games.

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