Galaxy S21 get more features and improvements over the One UI 3.1 firmware

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For the second time in a month, Samsung is sending a new software update to the Galaxy S21 series. The new update arrives with a plethora of improvements and new features. In fact, much enough that we can consider it an upgrade over the current One UI 3.1. But technically it isn’t.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Series

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The major system overhaul can be identified by the firmware version G99xBXXU3AUHB weighing 970MB in size. As of now, the build is unfurling in European countries, including Germany, Netherlands, and Switzerland. It seems that the Galaxy S21 Ultra has the top-most priority above the other models. All variants will eventually get the treat though.

After flashing the update, you can notice a handful of minor changes like faster animations, faster app launching, and more. Moreover, some users also claim that the overheating issue with the Galaxy S21 series is now resolved.

Further, the drawing board with Enhanced Processing is no longer the same. It is now called “Processing Speed” and includes three new presets— Optimized, High, and Maximum. Additionally, concerning features, you can notice a new “Bedtime Mode” toggle in the quick toggle area. At the beginning of the year, this option was added to the Digital Wellbeing.

If you own a Galaxy S21/S21+/S21 Ultra in any of the countries mentioned above, the OTA update will reach out to you shortly. If you can’t wait to experience the new changes and features, head over to Settings > Software updates to check for the build manually.

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