With the release of the Galaxy S23 series, the One UI 5.1 update finally came up front. Official debut means it is now ready to reach all eligible Galaxy lineups. Its changelog has also been unveiled. However, it is still a mystery which device will get the one UI 5.1 update among the Galaxy devices. It cannot be said at all which device it will debut or whether it will be served in Galaxy S or Z series devices.
High-end Galaxy devices will get the all features
Samsung is a kind of two flagship devices that are devices by their screen capabilities; as you may guess, we are talking about the Galaxy S series (Flat screen) and Galaxy Z series (foldable screen). All the devices introduced in these segments have all the high-end specs, so these devices will get the advantage of all the new features; as you know, to be running on One UI 5.0, so they can be eligible for One UI 5.1, don’t be confused here’s the list of eligible devices:
Galaxy S flagships
- Galaxy S22, S22+, S22 Ultra
- Galaxy S21, S21+, S21 Ultra
- Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra
- Galaxy Z Fold 4 & Flip 4
- Galaxy Z Fold 3 & Flip 3
- Galaxy Z Fold 2
- Galaxy Z Flip
- Galaxy Z Flip 5G
Galaxy devices that come in the premium range will also get the full benefits of One UI 5.1
There are various Galaxy devices that are introduced with some low hardware specs, and the flagship devices are still worthy of getting all the benefits of One UI 5.1. The Korean giant has several devices which are available in a premium range that are available in different series, including Galaxy A series, M series and F series; for a quick idea, here are some examples
Samsung Galaxy A14 5G, Galaxy A23, Galaxy M33 5G, Galaxy F23 5G, Galaxy M53 and many more. It can be said that Samsung will fully try to include all the features for its mid-range devices to give a better experience.
Will low-end devices also get the same treatment of features?
As you know, Samsung has designed different One UI skin for its low-end devices; basically, these devices run on the core version of one UI, which gets all the features of respected Android updates. The story behind the core version is that the devices have low specs, so they can’t be eligible for all the features that the company updated with its lite version of One UI. Now if we talk about the One UI 5.1 core, it will also come with fewer features; the core version devices may don’t get some features like Bixby text calls, new widgets like battery widget, intuitive weather widget and also lacks some connectivity features.
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