Previous years Samsung Galaxy phone users will receive a software update from today which will include some features introduced with the company’s new flagship series, Galaxy S21, So Announced Morning company.
The update to the version one UI 3.1 of the interface is based on Android 11 and will first reach the 2020 flagship devices, including the Galaxy S20, Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Z series. It will later be distributed in the flagship series. In 2019, which includes the Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10 and the original Galaxy Fold, as well as A-series devices launched since 2019: A50, A51, A70, A71, A80 and A90.
Most of the improvements in the new version focus on photography. These include improvements to the single take shooting mode that captures sequences of images and up to 15 seconds of video with a long press on the shutter button; The possibility of quickly removing unwanted parts of the image after shooting; Improvements in focus control and exposure levels, and the ability to change brightness levels in the interface; And owners of 2020 flagship devices will have the option to record sound for video from the microphone of the device’s built-in microphone and Bluetooth headphones at the same time.
The company noted that the new interface would also make it possible to share photos and videos within the sharing interface, while removing information with them in the sharing interface, preventing the identification of the location and time where they were taken. The company has also included a mode called i Comfort Shield in One UI 3.1, which is a cheaper version of the blue light filter. Among other things, it allows automatic change of screen colors throughout the day, at the time of automatic sunrise and sunset or according to a customized schedule.
As mentioned, the new update will first reach the flagship devices of 2020 and then additional devices from the company from 2019 onwards. It is not yet known how long the update will take to access the devices in Israel.
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