The Samsung Galaxy A51 has been updated to One UI 2.1 update along with the April security patch, so we’ll discuss what’s new here.
Samsung Galaxy A51
The Samsung Galaxy A51 has recently received the One UI 2.1 update in the Netherlands, which is the last version of the One UI shell from Samsung that was introduced with the Samsung Galaxy S20 series. In addition to a range of new features, the update also comes with the April security patch. That’s not the most recent, but the phone will get the May patch later. This One UI 2.1 update takes about 1490 MBGB, GalaxyClub knows.
In the changelog of the update, we learn more about the novelties. Samsung launches its QuickShare and MusicShare features, as well as improvements to the Gallery because with Clean View and Quick Crop you can easily edit and crop photos. Furthermore, the keyboard gets ‘undo’ and ‘redo’ gestures and you can now translate the text with the keyboard. In addition, the phone gets a screen recorder and a lot of new AR Emoji.
If you have the branded version of the Samsung Galaxy A51 via T-Mobile, the update has been available for a few days, but all other devices now have it. Samsung is gradually rolling out the Over The Air (OTA) update, so you may not have seen it appear in your notifications yet. You can then check whether it is already available via: ‘Settings’> ‘Software update’> ‘Download and install’.
You can read more about the Samsung Galaxy A51 in our extensive review. Recently it became known that the Samsung Galaxy A51 was the best-selling phone worldwide in the first quarter of 2020. Have you already received the update on your Samsung Galaxy A51? Let us know in the comments at the bottom of this article.