Samsung has already installed the One UI 4.1.1 with Android 12L to Galaxy Z Fold 2 European units. The South Korean giant is now distributing the update in the United States to carrier-locked Verizon users.
The new One UI 4.1.1 mention: the new taskbar that greatly enhances multitasking usage, the new gestures to switch from full-screen to split-screen mode, improved use of windows apps; among those specific to One UI 4.1.1 are also the extraction of text from images, with the possibility of translation and sharing, the most advanced search function of My Files and the In the case of the folding, there is also a renewed Flex Mode with the lower portion usable as a touchpad.
The new One UI 4.1.1 for Galaxy Z Fold 2 is based on Android 12L and the firmware is indicated by the number F916USQU2HVI6, which brings the Google Play system update in September 2022.
Here you can find all feature which is mention by Verizon:
Get More From Your Taskbar
- With the new Taskbar, you can access and switch between apps faster than ever, providing a familiar PC-like layout that puts everything you need right at your fingertips.
Open Multi-Window From Anywhere
- With drag-and-drop support straight from the Taskbar, multitasking on Galaxy Z Fold is easier than ever. Dragging an app to the edge now opens split view, while dragging it into the center will open it in pop-up view, giving you multiple ways to see your apps and easy switching between views.
- You can now add pairs or groups of apps to the Taskbar, allowing you to access your favorite app pairs all at once.
Camera – Rear Cover Selfie
- With Dual Preview, you and your subject can see the shot at the same time before it’s captured by displaying the image both on the Main and Cover Screen. Now with full control of the camera right on the Cover Screen, you can take high-resolution selfies with the main camera using Rear Cam Selfie.
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