Last week, Samsung announced that it will bring the One UI 3.1 software to a bunch of its Galaxy devices. The list of smartphones covered not only flagship offerings but also a few mid-rangers. One UI 3.1 is the company’s latest software that arrived initially with the all-new Galaxy S21 flagship series. Surprisingly, the chaebol decided to bring down the exclusive S21 features to other devices quite sooner than we thought.
After bringing the latest software update to a bunch of devices, Samsung has now started pushing One UI 3.1 software update to the Galaxy Note 10 series. To recall, the company has seeded the image to a bunch of devices and the name is mentioned below.
- Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra
- Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra
- Galaxy Z Flip, Z Flip 5G
- Z Fold 2
- Galaxy Tab S7 lineup
Samsung rolls out One UI 3.1 software update for Galaxy Note 10 series!
Well, it looks like Samsung has now rolled out One UI 3.1 software for Galaxy Note 10 series in Germany. The new firmware update carries the version N97xFXXU6FUBD and weighs somewhere around 1GB. Considering the size, we recommend using stable WiFi connectivity. Apart from bringing new additions and software versions, the firmware update also packs the latest March 2021 Android security patch.
Haven’t received the update notification? Well, you can go ahead and check for it manually by heading over to Settings>>Software Update>>Download and Install.
At the time of writing this, the update is only available in Germany for both Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ devices. We’re expecting the smartphone maker to soon expand the availability to more regions and markets. Whenever that will happen, we’ll of course keep you updated.
A couple of days ago, Samsung rolled out the One UI 3.1 update to the Galaxy S20 and Note 20 lineup in India. We’re expecting the Indian version of Note 10 to receive the update in the coming days as well. Since we’re on the subject of Galaxy S20 and One UI 3.1, Samsung has finally unlocked the eSIM functionality on its S20 devices in India.
Samsung focussing a lot more on software updates!
It’s no wonder that over the last couple of years, Samsung has significantly changed its software game. It is now one of the few smartphone makers that are pushing software updates and patches to a plethora of devices in a timely manner. In a recent update, Samsung has even promised to deliver four years of software support to its Galaxy devices.