UI 4.1.1 is the latest version of the official Android user interface and it's finally coming this year! This update will bring a lot of new features and improvements to Android devices, so be sure to check it out when it's released.
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One UI has been in beta testing for a while now, but many users have been eagerly waiting for the final release. Rumors are that Samsung is planning to release One UI 4.1.1 by the end of this year. This new version of One UI brings a lot of new features and improvements.
Some of the key features include a system-wide dark mode, an updated design, and a new navigation system. The dark mode is especially useful for devices with OLED displays, as it saves power and prevents screen burn-in.
The updated design includes refined icons and menus, as well as a more minimalist look overall. The new navigation system is similar to Android Pie's Gesture Navigation, but with some added features like quick access to recent apps.
The new stuff that does get added will likely be exclusively mostly to Samsung’s foldable phones. Non-folding Galaxy phones and tablets will probably get some of the changes from One UI 4.1.1, too, but as we saw last year, Samsung could skip changing the actual One UI version for those devices.
For all the Galaxy devices that don’t fold, One UI 5.0 is what will bring all the big stuff, along with Android 13. Again, while some Android 13 features are known, what Samsung will add to its software though the One UI upgrade is unknown at this time. Samsung’s major software updates have become more and more about the little things in recent years, and One UI 5.0 is likely to be a similarly lukewarm release.