One UI 3.1 leaked: Galaxy S21 Ultra features appeared


With an emerging One UI 3.1 leak, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra features showed up. The company’s future flagship model, the Galaxy S21 Ultra, will be introduced on January 14, along with other Galaxy S21 series models. On the software side of the model, which is expected to have superior features, its capabilities are seen in the leak.

“Jimmy is Promo”, which previously leaked the working state of the Galaxy S21 Plus model, this time leaked the features stated to be included in the Galaxy S21 Ultra. It is reported that the features that can be used with One UI will meet with users with the launch of the flagship model.

One UI 3.1 will stand out with Galaxy S21 Ultra

The first among the leaked features is the “Continue applications on other devices” feature. As the name suggests, it will be possible to use applications on different devices with this feature. A Samsung account will be required to use this feature. One view is that this feature will only work for Samsung Internet and Samsung Notes. However, users will be able to easily access their data.

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With the One UI 3.1 version, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will feature background videos. The AR emoji selected to be displayed during the call will be in the background when the call is received. However, it is reported that users can choose between Google Discover and Samsung Free on the home screen. In addition, it will be possible to keep the leftmost part of the screen blank without selecting these two applications.

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Another feature was S Pen compatibility. Although no innovations have been introduced, it is stated that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will have “Air View”, “Air Command” and “Screen Off” features. The last feature leaked is “Director’s View”. Thanks to this feature, it is possible to switch between different cameras during shooting. It is stated that the feature will allow recording by two cameras at the same time.


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