Recently, the complete changelog of the upcoming One UI 5.1 update has been leaked by a well-known tipster SnoopyTech. This leaked changelog reveals all the new offerings of One UI 5.1. In this article, we will move our focus toward the soon-to-be-available Widget specific features. Let’s find out what the One UI 5.1 will bring with it in a manner to the devices’ Widgets.
As per the changelog revealed by the tipster, the One UI 5.1 update will bring two major and essential features with it, which are directly related to the device’s Widgets. These new features are particularly for the battery widget and weather widget of the device. If you are willing to know more about these two, we are providing the major information here; you can check it out below.
One UI 5.1 New Battery Widget
After updating your Galaxy phone with the One UI 5.1 update, you will get to see this new Battery Widget. This Widget will let you see the battery level of your Galaxy device. With its help, you can find out the remaining battery, not only of your smartphone but it will also show you the leftover battery of the connected Galaxy devices such as Galaxy Watch, Galaxy Buds, and other supported devices.
One UI 5.1 Intuitive Weather Widget
Apart from the Battery widget, this new update will also bring a new Intuitive Weather Widget. This new Widget’s new illustration style and the summary of the current weather condition make it easier to know the weather information. In other words, this new Intuitive Weather Widget will make it easy to find out whether today’s weather is sunny, cloudy, rainy, or snowy.
Informatively, the One UI 5.1 update will make its debut out of the box with Samsung’s upcoming flagship series Galaxy S23 on February 1st, 2023. It is testing with the other eligible Galaxy devices is currently underway. As per the expectation, it will reach the further Galaxy device by March or April.
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