Samsung Galaxy A41 and Galaxy M01 are reportedly receiving the One UI 3.1 update based on Android 11. Along with the update, both smartphones are receiving the April 2021 Android security patch, according to reports. While the Galaxy A41 may receive a One UI 3.1 update, the Galaxy M01 may receive the One UI 3.1 Core update. In addition, the update of the first is said to be rolling out in Russia, and the update of the second is said to be rolling out in India. There has been no confirmation as to when the update will roll out to other regions.
The update for Samsung Galaxy A41 and Galaxy M01 has been reported by SamMobile. Both smartphones were released in 2020 with an Android 10-based One UI user interface out of the box. According to the report, Samsung is rolling out One UI 3.1 Core for Galaxy M01 smartphones. The Core version is a light version of the One UI operating system designed for its entry-level smartphones. Both smartphones would receive the April 2021 security patch with the update.
The firmware version of the Galaxy M01 is M015GXXU3BUD9 and is 1.4GB in size. The firmware version of the Galaxy A41 is A415FXXU1CUD4 and is currently being rolled out in Russia, according to the report. However, there is no information regarding the size of its update. It is recommended that you download and install the update when smartphones are connected to strong Wi-Fi and are charging. If you haven’t received the update yet, you can check and download it manually by going to Settings> Software update> Download and install.
For Galaxy A41, the update would bring a host of new features that come with One UI 3.1. It will now get chat bubbles, Google discovery feed on the home screen, video call effects, and location data removal from photos. For Galaxy M01, the One UI 3.1 main update would bring improved dynamic memory allocation which improves performance so that apps load faster. Additionally, the update may also bring improved digital wellness functionality as well as new productivity and media controls.
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