Starting December 2020, Samsung delivered the Android 11 update to a number of eligible Galaxy devices. So far, every flagship and dozens of mid-range phones upgraded to the eleventh generation of the Android operating system.
Nowadays, the South Korean tech giant is directly rolling out the 3.1 version of the One UI by skipping the One UI 3.0. Following this track, the company started sending a new software update to its another mid-range smartphone – Galaxy M40 in India.
Since it’s a major s/w that comes with a weighty package, we suggest you download it through a Wi-Fi connection instead of using cellular data. Now, talking about novelties, this update brings major system improvements and a number of new features as it includes the Android 11-based One UI 3.1 version.
One UI 3.1 is an upgraded version of the One UI 3.0, which brings minor improvements as well as a handful of new and helpful features. The One UI 3.0 comes with a redesigned user interface, better customization, enhanced features, as well as focuses on “identify and improve your digital habits.” [One UI 3.0 Changelog]
On the other hand, the One UI 3.1 offers several new features such as Object Eraser, Private Share, Samsung Free, Eye Comfort Shield, Google Duo integration with stock dialer app, buds Auto Switching, ability to remove location data before sharing, and more. [One UI 3.1 Changelog]
Apart from this, the Android 11 adds a number of powerful functions such as Chat Bubbles that help you to focus on your current work, one-time permissions to apps, pin conversations, security improvements, notification history, better privacy controls, a built-in screen recorder, and much more.
HOW TO CHECK FOR UPDATES:
- Open device’s Settings
- Scroll down and select Software updates
- Hit the Download and install option.
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