The company has announced that One UI 3.1 update will be available in Samsung Galaxy S20 Series, Galaxy Note 20 Series, Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Z Flip Series and many more smartphones. With the One UI 3.1 update, the phone will get new camera features in the Samsung Galaxy S21 series. These features include advanced single tag, new object eraser tools, advanced touch autofocus and auto exposure and multi mic recording.
The One UI 3.1 Samsung Galaxy S20 Series, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 Series, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Series, Samsung Galaxy S10 Series, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Series, Samsung The Galaxy A51, Samsung Galaxy A90 , Samsung Galaxy A80, Samsung Galaxy A70, and Samsung Galaxy A50. Only 20 Series, Galaxy Note 20 Series, Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy Z run on Flip Chain.
New features include enhanced single tag, new object eraser, advanced touch autofocus and auto-exposure controller and multi-mic recording. With a single tag, users can capture multiple formats and videos simultaneously by tapping on the shutter button. The new Content Eraser tool allows users to edit unwanted areas in the captured image.
The One UI 3.1 update allows users to easily adjust focus and brightness when taking photos while allowing users to swipe left or right on the screen. With multi mic recording, the above phone can record audio from the mic as well as connected audio.
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In addition, the Gallery One UI has been updated to 3.1, and Samsung says photos and videos will be organized into a clean, easy-to-move feed. One UI 3.1 also brings a new eye rest armor mode that pays attention to automatically adjusting the blue light during daytime hours. The private segmentation feature allows you to delete metadata such as photos’ location information before sharing.
Finally, with One UI 3.1, Samsung gets the Galaxy Butts Pro, Galaxy Butts Live, and Galaxy Butts + Auto Switch features, which switch to your Galaxy smartphone or Galaxy tablet, depending on your usage.
At the time of writing, we have not seen an update for the Samsung Galaxy S20 +, meaning that Indian users may wait some time to get UI 3.1 on one of the above devices.
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