Samsung brought into the market, Samsung Galaxy A51 last year with its Custom Skin OneUI 2 out of the box. Later on, we received the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Flip Z with an update in the custom skin of Samsung – OneUI 2.1 out of the box. Since then a number of Samsung devices were expected to get the OneUI 2.1 Update. Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Note 10 were among those.
And now it seems like finally the Samsung Galaxy A51 is now receiving OneUI 2.1 Update. The update also brings along April 2020 Security Patch level. Just like any other OTA update, this one is being rolled out in patches and a few Galaxy A51 users have already received it. The OneUI 2.1 update is being released on the devices that have already received the Android 10 update.
The OneUi 2.1 Update brings along a number of changes and features in the Samsung user interface and devices. Here is a list of all the amazing features the Samsung Galaxy A51 will be getting through OneUI 2.1 –
- Music share
- Quick share
- AR zone
- Shutter button
- Live caption
- Smart zoom option
- Single take
- Quick crop
- Screen mode
- Smart selfie angle
- Selfie tone
- AR emoji
- Pro video mode
- Clean view
- Night hyper lapse mode
- Apply dark mode to Wallpapers
- Display setting
- Resize image
- My filters
The OneUi 2.1 Update for Galaxy A51 comes with the build number BTD4 and has a weight of around 1.26 GB in size. The update is being rolled out to limited number of device with those having Android 10 OS.
The update is being rolled out currently in regions like South Africa, Pakistan, Israel, Egypt Kenya, Russia, Morocco, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Afghanistan as of now. However, it will be released widely soon.
Samsung Galaxy A51 was the 2019 flagship devices from Samsung that came with Exynos 9611 chipset and Android 10 OS out of the box. The device comes with a 6.5 inches Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen having a resolution of 1080 × 2400.
If you own a Galaxy A51, and have received the OneUI 2.1 update, do share your experiences with this latest update with us.
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