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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 gets OneUI 3.1; Here are all the features

Although the features that come in OneUI 3.1 are common across other Samsung devices, there are some new features coming exclusively to Galaxy Z Fold2 since it has a unique form factor.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 (HT Tech)

Just last month, Samsung rolled out Android 11-based OneUI 3 to its Galaxy Z Fold. It came with new features and UI changes. Now, the South Korean tech firm has rolled out OneUI 3.1 to Galaxy Z Fold2 foldable phone. Although the features that come in OneUI 3.1 are common across other Samsung devices, there are some new features coming exclusively to Galaxy Z Fold2 since it has a unique form factor.

A couple of big changes in OneUI 3.1 for this device are related to multitasking. Now, it will be possible to easily return directly to up to three previously opened multi-active windows via the recent apps menu on the main display. As for the cover display, you can now access up to two recent apps. In addition, there is a new way to launch multi-active windows. All you need to do is to long-press, drag and drop a notification.

New multitasking layout in OneUI 3.1.
New multitasking layout in OneUI 3.1. (Samsung)

Also read: Samsung starts rolling out One UI 3.1 to the Galaxy Fold

What’s more is that you can now adjust the position of camera controls and that reachability has also been improved within the camera app's Flex mode. All this comes in addition to new delete and share buttons on the preview window.

As for the notifications, OneUI 3.1 on Galaxy Z Fold2 categorises notifications in Quick Panel, while the weather widgets on the cover and main screens are synchronized. Some minor changes include redesigned vertical volume slider, updated light and dark themes and nifty changes in video calling interface.

OneUI 3.1 for Galaxy Z Fold2 is already rolling out. In case you haven’t received it, you can manually check it by navigating through Settings > About device > Software update.

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