Samsung One UI 3.1 Update Brings Select Powerful Features from the Galaxy S21 Series 5G to the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+, Galaxy Note20 Series 5G, Galaxy S20 Series 5G and Galaxy Z Series

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New features and camera capabilities available to more Galaxy users as Samsung starts its One UI 3.1 update

Samsung Electronics Canada announced that the latest One UI 3.1 update is coming to the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+, Galaxy S20 Series 5G (Galaxy S20 5G, Galaxy S20+ 5G, Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G), Galaxy Note20 Series 5G (Galaxy Note20 5G, Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G) and Galaxy Z Series (Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, Galaxy Z Fold2 5G)[1]. The update, which was first launched with the Galaxy S21 Series 5G, brings select, new camera capabilities for capturing and editing incredible photos and videos and smart new features that enhance everyday life, so you can get even more out of your Galaxy device.

 

“Samsung is committed that our devices continue to deliver the up-to-date mobile experiences throughout their lifecycle,” said TM Roh, President and Head of Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics. “Following the announcement of 3-generation Android OS upgrades for select Galaxy devices, we ensure to equip our consumers with powerful new features as soon as they are available. Our One UI 3.1 update marks an important next step in that mission.”

 

Shoot Dynamic Photos and Videos with Smart New Camera Features

The Galaxy S21 Series 5G with One UI 3.1 introduced incredible new camera innovations, making it now easy to capture stunning photos and shoot professional-looking videos. Now, Galaxy[1] owners can experience these features with the One UI 3.1 update.

 

Never miss a moment with the improved Single Take[2] feature, which captures a variety of still and video formats simultaneously with just a tap.

 

Once you’ve captured your shot, One UI 3.1 introduces the new Object eraser tool to help you to get that perfect image. Use this intelligent photo editing tool to cut out unwanted parts of your photos effortlessly, without time-consuming manual editing. If you want to edit out distracting objects, simply tap the area you wish to remove and it will be automatically selected and deleted.

 

One UI 3.1 features an improved touch autofocus and autoexposure controller[3], making adjusting the focus and brightness of your photos easy, allowing you to capture your best shot every time. With just a swipe left or right anywhere on the screen, you can now edit the brightness of your image before you’ve taken the shot.

One UI 3.1 also introduces the new Multi Mic Recording[4] feature, which, when in Pro Video mode, allows you to simultaneously record audio through both your phone and a connected Bluetooth device such as Galaxy Buds Pro, Buds Live and Buds+[5]. So, whether you’re a vlogger narrating a shot where you want to be heard from afar, or you’re a budding musician wanting to record the sound of your voice and instrument separately for more professional-sounding audio, you can get creative with Multi Mic Recording and make videos look and sound incredible.

All your best shots and favourite moments are stored in the updated Gallery[6] which now groups and arranges your videos and photos into a clean, easy-to-navigate feed.

 

Smart New Features that Enhance your Everyday Life

Head into your Settings to find One UI 3.1’s new Eye Comfort Shield[7] mode which automatically adjusts the blue light based on the time of day. Using Eye Comfort Shield’s warmer tones can help you fall asleep easier at night and you can set your device to automatically adjust your screen’s colours throughout the day or personalize the schedule yourself.


Your privacy is important and now One UI 3.1 makes it easier to control what you share. Remove metadata that reveals the location of your photos before you share them or use Private Share[8] to control who is allowed to access the content you send and how long it is available for.

With new One UI 3.1 on your devices, the experience of the Galaxy ecosystem is smooth and seamless. As well as a consistent interface that makes switching between your phone and tablet hassle-free, the Galaxy Buds Pro, Buds Live and Buds+[9] Auto Switch feature means that your audio follows you when you switch between Galaxy devices. If you’re watching videos on your phone or listening to your favourite song or podcast, you can enjoy more realistic and immersive sound with 360 Audio by connecting your compatible phone and Galaxy Buds Pro– allowing you to stay at the centre of your listening experience.

One UI 3.1 Canadian Roll Out

Samsung Canada has confirmed One UI 3.1 updates are currently scheduled to take place March through August, 2021. *Please note dates are subject to change.

Device Scheduled Date*
Galaxy A71 March 16, 2021
Galaxy S20 FE 5G March 23, 2021
Galaxy Note10, Galaxy Note10+ March 23, 2021
Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ March 30, 2021
Galaxy Z Fold March 30, 2021
Galaxy A70 April 13, 2021
Galaxy A51 April 20, 2021
Galaxy A50 April 20, 2021
Galaxy A20 July 20, 2021
Galaxy A21 July 27, 2021
Galaxy A10 August 3, 2021

For more information about One UI, please visit www.samsung.com/one-ui.

[1]One UI 3.1 is available on Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+, Galaxy S20 Series 5G, Galaxy Note20 Series 5G, Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Flip 5G. Availability may vary by carrier.
[2]Single Take captures images and video up to 15 seconds.
[3]The feature has been available starting with One UI 3.0.
[4]The feature is currently available on devices with One UI 3.1 or above and can be turned on and off in the Bluetooth® setting. Requires the same Samsung Account to be registered on the devices. The availability of the feature may vary by application.
[5]Sold separately.
[6]The feature has been available starting with One UI 3.0.
[7]Eye Comfort Shield is ‘off’ by default and must be turned on in Settings. SGS, the world’s leading certification company, awarded the Galaxy S21 Series 5G display the Eye Care Certification based on its ability to drastically reduce the harmful effects of blue light. This certification can be found on www.sgs.com.
[8]Private Share works between Galaxy smartphones with Android P or later. App download required to send/receive Private Share link.
[9]For Galaxy Buds Live and Buds+, a software update is required. Devices sold separately.

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