Samsung Galaxy M31s reportedly getting Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update in Russia: report

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Samsung Galaxy M31s will reportedly receive Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update in Russia. This smartphone was originally launched in 2020 with the One UI 2.5 skin running on top of the Android 10 operating system. Since then, it has also received the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update. The latest update includes March 2022 security along with numerous bug fixes and optimizations to improve performance. The Samsung Galaxy M31s is a slightly more powerful version of the Galaxy M31, which has also received One UI 4.1.

According to a recent report by Sammobile, Samsung is rolling out the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update for the Galaxy M31s in Russia. It is said to have the version number M317FXXU3DVD4. The One UI 4.1 update brings a revamped user interface to the Galaxy M31s. It includes the color palette feature that changes UI accent colors based on your selected wallpaper. This change is also reflected in default apps, Google apps, and third-party apps.

Stock apps like My Files, Samsung Gallery, Samsung Internet, and Samsung Keyboard have also been updated. It claims to improve the Galaxy M31s’ system security and privacy by adding privacy indicators to show active camera and microphone usage. In addition, the privacy dashboard allows users to easily toggle system-wide access to the camera and microphone.

Samsung Galaxy M31 users will be automatically notified if their smartphone is eligible for the update. Users can also check for the update manually by going to Settings > Software update > Download and install. So far, according to reports, only users in Russia are receiving this update. There has been no official word from Samsung regarding its plans for a global rollout. However, other regions are expected to receive this update over the next few weeks.

Recently, the Samsung Galaxy M31 also received the One UI 4.1 update in India.



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