Samsung has released an Android 11 based UI 3.1 UI update for its other two handsets, the Galaxy A70s and the Galaxy A90 5G.
Samsung Galaxy S21 series came with One UI 3.1 user interface. The updated version of the user interface provided users with several new features, including access to “Google controls” on the notifications page. Shortly after the launch of the Galaxy S21, Samsung also introduced this interface for its older handsets.
Although some of the features of this user interface remain unique to the Galaxy S21, this update is especially important for phones that previously used the One UI 2.5 user interface.
The new version has been released for the Galaxy A70S with the version number A707FDDU3CUC6 and for the Galaxy A90 5G with the version number A908NKOU3DUC3. Also, these two updates provided by Samsung along with the Android security patch for Android Provided.
An update to the Galaxy A70s in India and an update to the A90 5G in South Korea have been released, and if these updates are not accompanied by major issues, users around the world will soon be able to use them.
Many Galaxy series handsets, including the S10, S20, Note 10, Note 20, Z Series and Samsung A Series, currently use the One UI 3.1 user interface. Also, all models of Galaxy Tab S6 and S7 tablets are equipped with this user interface. If your phone has received this software update, you can read this tutorial to learn 11 practical tricks.
This software update has not yet been released globally and may be slightly delayed in Iran. However, you can check or update your mobile status by going to Settings> Software update> Download and install. One UI 3.1 user interface provides many changes that users can refer to the article published by Samsung itself.