We all know that Samsung has unveiled brand smartphones in the Galaxy S22 series. The company released new software with the new models with great enhancement.
The company has now decided to bring update to the Galaxy S21 model.s
Samsung Galaxy S21 will soon receive “One UI 4.1” software
Although the the Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra has officially not come out in the market yet. It is reported that Samsung is working to bring the updated software to models like the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra.
Android Central has reported that the company will roll out the updated software in the USA this week.
Some of the improvements in Samsung’s One UI 4.1 include:
The camera app Pro mode can be used for all sensors.
Night mode and the ultra wide-angle camera can be used in third-party apps.
The virtual main memory “RAM Plus” can be set individually. Instead of always getting an extra 4 GB by default, you can now choose from 2, 6 and 8 GB.
“One UI 4.1” also improves multitasking, not on smartphones but on tablets. An update for older Samsung tablets should also come.
In the video, Samsung presents the most important improvements:
However, it would also be possible for the update to come together with the March update. But that should also happen in the next week or two. Either way, Samsung brings the Galaxy S21 from the software to the level of the Galaxy S22 – and much faster than expected
Owners of Galaxy S22 Ultra has revealed this issue with their smartphones on Reddit. They wrote in their posts they saw horizontal pixelated line when they ran videos and games in QHD mode. This line did not appear when viewed contents on their smartphones.
Some users wrote that the line disappeared when they switched Galaxy S22 from QHD to FHD mode.
I exact cause of the issue still not care. Whether it an hardware or software issue.
Sammobile opined that it could be a software issue because changing from FHD to QHD fixed the issue. They expected a software fix soon.
9TO5GOOGLE suggested it could be a hardware issue.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, marketed on February 25, invites itself to our test bench. The opportunity to check if the smartphone, presented as a specialist in night photography or “Nightography” in the manufacturer’s jargon, is as comfortable in the dark as it promises.
Before getting to the heart of the matter, a material point. The Galaxy S22 Ultra stands alone in the S22 range, since it is the only smartphone of the trio to bet on a main sensor of 108 megapixels, flanked by a wide-angle lens (f / 1.8) and an optical stabilization system. When the S22 and S22+ rely on a 50-megapixel main module, the device is a continuation of its predecessor, the Galaxy S21 Ultra, which was among the best photophones of 2021.
Samsung evokes “Nightography”, that is to say night photography, as the main weapon of its device: it indicates that it has opted for a sensor with photosites 23% larger than those of the S21 Ultra. Logically, it is therefore capable of absorbing more light, and therefore of restoring more information. But, as everyone knows, the figures are not enough: the results delivered by the smartphone combine sensor quality, properties of the associated optics and software processing performance. A subtle cocktail whose recipe we tested in the laboratory.