Earlier this month, Samsung officially announced the latest Galaxy S23 phones with One UI 5.1 build. Ahead of the Galaxy S23 series open sale, the Korean tech giant started offering the new One UI 5.1 update for many of its Galaxy devices. Yesterday, we reported about the One UI 5.1 rollout for the Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy Z Flip 4, and Galaxy Z Fold 4 in Europe based countries. And it turns out, this time, Samsung is showing love towards the Snapdragon SoC powered Galaxy S22 series of phones.
Multiple reports over the Internet are confirming that Samsung has started pushing out the One UI 5.1 update for the Snapdragon versions of the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra handsets. The update weighs 2023.45 MB in size, and it carries the new firmware version S90xEXXU3CWAI. At the time of this writing, the update is currently rolling out in India, Sri Lanka, and Australia. As usual, we can expect the update to go live in the remaining countries over the next few days.
The new One UI 5.1 build will get you Expert RAW quality-of-life features, a couple of new widgets, some improvements to the Camera app, individual wallpapers for Modes and Scenes, better media output and connectivity with Wi-Fi speakers, a Shared Family Album for the Gallery, along with the February 2023 security patch.
To check if the One UI 5.1 update is available for your Snapdragon SoC powered S22, or S22+, or S22 Ultra, open the phone’s Settings app, navigate to Software update, then tap the Download and install button.