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Samsung releases One UI 5.1.1 update for Galaxy A22 smartphone

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Samsung has kicked off an Android 13-based One UI 5.1.1 update for the Galaxy A22 smartphone. This update brings several new features and improvements to provide a better and more intuitive experience.

One UI 5.1.1 update for Samsung Galaxy A22 smartphone arrives with One UI build version A226BRUBU8DWK2. The update is rolling out in Central American countries including Guatemala. The update installs the October 2023 security patch to improve system security.

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According to the changelog, the update comes with 8 One UI 5.1.1 enhancements related to Multi Window, Bluetooth, Mobile Hotspot, Device Care, Quick Share, Samsung Health, Camera, Gallery, and Taskbar.

One UI 5.1.1 Update

Multitasking

Better app previews on the Recents screen

  • The Recents screen now shows apps as they will appear after you open them. You can easily see if an app is opened in split screen, full screen, or as a pop-up.

Easily switch from pop-up view to split screen

  • Press and hold the handle at the top of the pop-up window, then drag the app to the side of the screen where you want it to be shown.

Restore pop-ups snapped to the edge of the screen

  • Drag an app in pop-up view to the edge of the screen to snap it to the edge and keep it out of the way. When you need it again, tap anywhere on the pop-up to bring it back to its previous location.

Check minimized apps with the S Pen

  • Hover your S Pen above a floating app icon to see a preview of how the app will appear when you open it.

Taskbar

More recent apps

  • You can now choose how many recently used apps to show on the taskbar (up to 4).

Quick Share

Share files privately

  • Protect private content when you share it. You can set expiration dates for the files you send, cancel sharing at any time, and prevent recipients from saving or resharing.

Camera and Gallery

More date and time styles for watermarks

  • Customize the date and time separately with more style options to get the perfect look for your watermark.

Enhanced remaster previews

  • Thumbnail images are now shown below the image you’re remastering. Tap a thumbnail to compare the remastered image to the original with a larger view.

Apply effects more easily

  • Filter and tone effects in Gallery now use a dial instead of a slider making it easier to make precise adjustments with just one hand.

Copy and paste effects

  • You can now copy and paste filters and tones from one picture you’ve edited to another.

Additional changes

Drag and drop with two hands

  • Start dragging files, app icons, or other items with one hand, then use your other hand to navigate to the folder or location where you want to drop them. Supported in My Files and the Home screen.

Keep storage space available

  • When you’re running low on space in your internal storage, app cache information will be shown when you analyze storage in My Files. Clearing app caches can help you free up space without deleting files or apps.

Enhanced memory management in Device care

  • More information is provided about apps using memory on your tablet, giving you the option to put apps to sleep if too much memory is being used.

Change your mode from the Lock screen

  • Change between Sleep mode, Driving mode, and other modes directly from the Lock screen.

Customize your layout in Samsung Internet

  • You can now make the taskbar appear at the bottom of the screen. When you do this, the tab bar and bookmark bar will also be shown at the bottom.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 FE running Android 15 and One UI 7 performance revealed

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Samsung Galaxy smartphones are regularly appearing with different scores on the Geekbench platform. Currently, the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE smartphone has been spotted running on Android 15 with the latest One UI 7.

According to the GeekBench benchmarking, the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE running One UI 7 has achieved a single-core score of 1647 and a multi-core score of 3702. These numbers highlight Samsung’s efforts to enhance both the speed and efficiency of their devices with the next software.

This is not the first time Samsung has teased its future software performance through benchmark leaks. Earlier, Samsung smartphones including the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S23 Ultra, and Galaxy S24 Plus also appeared running on the new One UI 7 with distinct scores.

Based on Android 15, One UI 7 will provide improved performance, new features, and enhancements along with new Galaxy AI features. Some reports revealed that this major update will bring One UI 6 Watch-inspired UI, vertical app drawer, better battery performance, and new AI-powered functionalities.

However, Samsung already announced the release of One UI 7 on 3rd October 2024 at the SDC, with the rollout expected later that month. One UI 7 initial release will likely start with the newest flagship smartphones such as the Galaxy S24 series, Galaxy Z Flip 6, and Z Fold 6. Stay tuned for more updates.

Breaking: Galaxy S22 running Android 15 One UI 7 knocks Geekbench

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One UI 6.1.1 update will bring Auto Zoom feature to Galaxy Z Flip 5

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One UI 6.1.1 Auto Zoom

Samsung launched the Galaxy Z Flip 6 smartphone with several new camera features, including the Auto Zoom feature. This Flex Zoom feature will not be exclusive to the Galaxy Z Flip 6 for long, as Samsung will soon expand its availability. The Auto Zoom feature is coming to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 via the upcoming One UI 6.1.1 update.

The amazing zoom camera feature enhances the experience of taking selfies on the cover display by automatically adjusting the zoom level. Auto Zoom feature is only compatible with Flip devices, currently Galaxy Z Flip 6 only and will soon be available for Galaxy Z Flip 5 smartphone

Auto Zoom

Auto Zoom feature of One UI 6.1.1 ensures that selfies are well-framed whether capturing full-body or upper-body shots. As users move to a suitable distance and prepare to take a photo, the camera automatically detects the subject and adjusts the zoom accordingly.

It works when the camera is launched on the cover display and the phone is placed in Flex Mode. Using advanced AI technology, such as facial and body recognition, the camera intelligently estimates the best zoom ratio ranging from 0.6x to 3x.

One UI 6.1.1 Auto Zoom

How to use it?

Users of Galaxy Z Flip smartphone can easily use this feature, just need to follow a few steps:

  • Open the Camera app on the cover display and activate Flex mode on your device.
  • Now, move to a distance and prepare to take a selfie.
  • The camera will detect the person and automatically adjust to the appropriate zoom ratio.
  • You can indicate your readiness to take a photo by showing your palm or using voice commands like “Smile”, “Shoot” or “Click”

Through the above easy steps, you can capture more accurate and better-quality zoom pictures. By integrating AI capabilities with UI design, Samsung continues to enhance the functionality and user experience of its flagship smartphone series.

One UI 6.1.1 Auto Zoom

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Samsung July 2024 One UI Updates List

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July 2024 is going to be an important month as Samsung will host its Galaxy Unpacked event, where the company will launch several products including the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6. Alongside these launches, Samsung has started rolling out the July 2024 security patch for Galaxy devices, with the Galaxy A55 being the first device to receive it.

The July 2024 security patch addresses over 55 issues to enhance system security. Google brings fixes for 4 critical and 21 high-level vulnerabilities in Android, although 2 are irrelevant to Samsung devices.

In addition, Samsung has fixed 33 Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) to strengthen device security further. These vulnerabilities mainly impact components such as One UI Home, System Property, System UI, Filter Provider, Secure Folder, Configuration Message, IMS service, Knox, MTP app, and others.

Below is the list of Galaxy devices that have already received the July 2024 update.

Samsung One UI July 2024 Updates List

July 13

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5, Fold 5 get July 2024 update in the US

July 12

  • Samsung Galaxy S22 series starts receiving July 2024 security update
  • Samsung Galaxy S23 FE grabs July 2024 security update

July 11

  • July 2024 security update now live for two more Galaxy A53, A04e
  • Samsung Galaxy S24 series receiving July 2024 security update

July 06

  • Samsung’s July 2024 security update has arrived, starting with Galaxy A55

*More Galaxy devices will be added in the coming days.

Samsung July 2024 Security Patch Details Released: Here’s What’s New

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