One UI 3.1.1 debuted with the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and the Galaxy Z Fold 3. While most of the improvements seen in this new version of One UI are related to foldable smartphones, the update is rolling out to other smartphones as well. The One UI 3.1.1 update made it to the Galaxy S21 series last week. Now, the update seems to have been released to the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S20, Galaxy Note 10, and the Galaxy Note 20 series.
Since the South Korean firm is not mentioning One UI 3.1.1 in the Settings menu and there are hardly any notable features, it is hard for users to know whether their Galaxy device is running actually One UI 3.1 or One UI 3.1.1. However, Samsung’s official community manager has now confirmed that the software updates released over the past week are based on One UI 3.1.1.
This update carries firmware version G97xFXXUCFUH3 for the Galaxy S10 series and has a file size of 733MB. The Galaxy S20 series gets this update with firmware version G98xBXXU9DUH2 and it weighs 623MB in size. The Galaxy Note 10 series gets the One UI 3.1.1 update with firmware version N97xFXXU7FUH3, which has a file size of 927MB. The Galaxy Note 20 series gets the new update with firmware version N98xBXXU3DUH2 and the update has a download size of 738MB.
Some new features reportedly include a Bedtime Mode quick setting toggle, faster app opening speed, faster camera, faster pop-up menus, faster fingerprint reader, improved heat management, and slight improvements to some stock apps (Clock, Contacts, Samsung Internet, Weather). Your smartphone might have already received this update and it is hard to see some of those changes, so you should not get too excited about this new version of One UI.