Samsung kicks off One UI 4.1 update for Galaxy S20 FE 5G and (OG) Galaxy Fold

Last week, Samsung shared a list of phones eligible for the company’s newest One UI 4.1 custom skin. The new update is already rolled out to a dozen of eligible Galaxy phones. Now the update is seeding to the first-gen Galaxy Fold and Galaxy S20 FE 5G. As it is a big update it bags a bunch of useful features and changes. Here you can check everything about Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G and Galaxy Fold One UI 4.1 update.

At the time of writing, the update is seeding in select counties of Europe and Asia, wider rollout should commence very soon. Samsung has started pushing the new software update to the Galaxy Fold with the F90xxXXU6HVC6 software version. The new upgrade is available for both 4G (LTE) and 5G variants of OG Fold. Talking about the Galaxy S20 FE 5G, then the firmware version is G781BXXU4FVC2 weighs around 1GB in size of download. Both phones also get the new March 2022 monthly security patch along with this version.

Talking about the changes, then the One UI 4.1 update for two phones are seeding with features like Google Duo live sharing feature, new image editing features including reflection and shadow eraser, share multiple files simultaneously using Quick Share feature, Grammarly integration to Samsung keyboard, and more features. Here’s the complete changelog of the new update.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G One UI 4.1 update – Changelog

  • Camera
    • It’s easier than ever to capture great photos and videos.
    • Enhanced Night Portraits: Take stunning portraits, even in low light. Night shots are now supported in Portrait mode.
  • Gallery
    • Do more with your memories. Gallery brings enhanced features for remastering and organizing your pictures and videos, and sharing is now easier than ever.
    • Powerful remastering: Make your photos look better than ever. Sharpen blurry faces, fix distortion on TVs or computer screens, and increase brightness and resolution.
    • More suggestions: Get help creating artistic portraits and exciting highlight reels. Gallery will suggest the best effects for your pictures.
    • Add portrait effects: You can now add background blur to any picture with a person in view.
    • Portrait relighting: Adjust the lighting for portraits, even after you’ve taken them, to make sure you always get the perfect shot.
    • Convert unnecessary motion photos to still images: Save storage space by converting motion photos to still images. Gallery will suggest pictures where motion isn’t necessary, such as documents.
    • Share albums as links: No need to invite people to shared albums individually anymore. Just create a link that can be shared with anyone, even if they don’t have a Samsung account or Galaxy device.
    • All your invitations together: Easily accept invitations to shared albums, even if you miss the notifications. Invitations that you haven’t responded to yet will appear at the top of your shared album list.
    • Create timelapse videos: Turn a picture into a vivid 24-hour time-lapse video. A button will appear for pictures of scenery including the sky, bodies of water, mountains, or cities. Your video will appear as if an entire day has passed.
  • AR Zone
    • Express yourself like never before in augmented reality. Create your own emojis, stickers, doodles, and more.
    • More decorations for your emoji stickers: Show your own unique style by adding GIFs from Tenor as decorations for your custom AR emoji stickers.
    • Add more to your AR doodles: Create 3D stickers by scanning real-world objects, then add them to your AR doodle. You can also add GIFs from Tenor and Giphy.
    • Background colors in mask mode: Keep the focus on your AR emoji while wearing it as a mask. Choose from a variety of colors to use as your background.
  • Smart Widget
    • Your Home screen widgets just got smarter. Just choose the widgets you want and let your Galaxy do the rest.
    • Group widgets together: Save space on your Home screen by combining multiple widgets into one Smart Widget. Swipe left or right to scroll through your widgets, or set them to rotate automatically to show you the most relevant information based on your activity.
    • Get suggestions on your Home screen: Your Smart Widget will tell you when it’s time to charge your Galaxy Buds, when it’s time to get ready for an event on your calendar, and more.
  • Google Duo
    • Stay in touch with high-quality video calls. One UI brings you exclusive features.
    • Do more during video calls: You can share another app’s screen during a video call in Google Duo. Watch YouTube together, share photos, explore maps, and more.
    • Join Video calls in presentation mode: During a video call on your phone, you can join the same call on your tablet in presentation mode. Your tablet’s screen will be shared with other participants while audio and video continue on your phone.
  • Samsung Health
    • Get deeper insights into your health and enhanced exercise tracking in the latest version of Samsung Health.
    • Get insights about your body composition: Set targets for your weight, body fat percentage, and skeletal muscle mass. You’ll get tips for reaching your goals.
    • Build better sleep habits: Track your sleep and get coaching based on your sleep patterns.
    • Enhanced exercise tracking: On your Galaxy Watch4, you can set interval training targets before you start running or cycling. You’ll get a report on your phone when you’re finished. Your watch can also give information about sweat loss when you run and heart rate recovery for aerobic workouts.
  • Smart Switch
    • Transfer contacts, photos, messages, and settings from an old phone or tablet to your new Galaxy. One UI 4.1 lets you transfer more than ever.
    • More Transfer options: You’ll get 3 options when transferring content to your new Galaxy. You can choose to transfer everything, transfer just your accounts, contacts, calls, and messages, or go Custom to choose exactly what you want to transfer.
  • SmartThings Find
    • Find your phone, tablet, watch, earbuds, and more with SmartThings Find.
    • Get notified when you leave something behind: Make lost belongings a thing of the past. You can choose to get alerts whenever your Galaxy SmartTag is too far away to connect to your phone.
    • Find a lost device together: You can share the location of your devices with others. If a device gets lost, you can get help from another person to scan for it nearby.
  • Sharing
    • One UI 4.1 gives you even more ways to share with others.
    • Share your Wi-Fi Network: Use Quick Share to share your current Wi-Fi network with someone else. The person you share with will be able to connect automatically without entering the password.
    • Include editing history when you share pictures and videos: When you share pictures and videos with Quick Share, you can include the complete editing history so the receiver can see what’s changed or revert back to the original.
    • Share tips with others: Find something useful in the Tips app? Tap the Share icon to send it to a friend.
  • More features and improvements
    • Color pallete: Customize your phone with unique colors based on your wallpaper. Your custom color palette now appears in more apps, including apps provided by Google.
    • Smart Suggestions: Your Galaxy just got a lot smarter. When you start adding an event to your calendar, your device will suggest a title and time based on text messages and other activity on your phone. You’ll get similar suggestions in Calendar, Reminder, Keyboard, Messages, and other apps.
    • Clean up shadows and reflections in Photo Editor: Shadows and reflections will be removed automatically whenever you use the Object eraser.
    • Add emojis to your Calendar: In addition to stickers, you can now add emojis to a date on your calendar to express your feelings.
    • Take quick notes while you browse: Keep track of your sources with new clipping options for Samsung Notes. You can include content from Samsung Internet or Gallery when you create a note using the quick panel or the Tasks edge panel.
    • Choose apps for text correction in Samsung Keyboard: Choose which apps you want to get automatic text corrections in. Turn it on for writing apps to keep your spelling and grammar in check, and turn it off for texting apps where you want to be less formal.
    • More widely available keyboard options: Keyboard layouts, input methods, and features for specific languages are now available in more regions, so you can type easily no matter where you are. You can always switch back to your previous layout in Settings.
    • Customize your virtual Memory: Choose the size of your phone’s virtual memory with RAM Plus in Device care. Go with more to boost performance or less to save storage space.
    • New actions for Bixby Routines: You can now create routines that change your watch face or turn on advanced settings like Protect battery.
    • Game optimization service: CPU/GPU performance during early stages of gameplay will not be limited. (A performance management feature based on device temperature will be maintained.) The “Alternate game performance management mode” in Game Booster will be provided. 3rd party apps to bypass the Game Optimizing Service will be allowed.
  • Some apps will need to be updated separately after the One UI 4.1 update.

The changelog for Galaxy Fold is not available yet but will bag all essentials of One UI 4.1. If you are using the Galaxy S20 FE 5G or Galaxy Fold, then you may have already received the update. If not then you can expect the update in a few days as it is a phased rollout that takes time to be available on all devices. You can check for the update manually by going to Settings > Software Update.

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By Haneet Singh

He enjoys troubleshooting with iOS & Android devices. He loves to keep in touch with the latest technology! He loves to do experiments on new Operating Systems.

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