In December 2020, Samsung announced the One UI 3.0 beta test program based on Android 11 for one of its popular Galaxy A51 5G devices. However, the beta activity is limited to the Korean variant of the Galaxy A51. In addition, the international version received a stable One UI 3.0 update at the beginning of the month.
Now, according to the latest information, the South Korean tech giant is launching a new Beta update for the Galaxy A51 5G phone in its home. Recognized by the release number ZUB6, the latest beta firmware unexpectedly applies One UI 3.1 changes to the A51 5G smartphone.
On the other hand, the 4th UI 3 beta update of the Galaxy A51 5G phone includes a fix for the device’s automatic reset error when using the device. In addition, in order to increase the user’s photography experience, this update also improves the system camera function.
Based on Android 11, Samsung One UI 3.1 allows users to delete the position of an image before sharing, and brings some new features, including private sharing, object wiper, Eye Comfort Shield, video call effects, etc.
As mentioned above, currently, Galaxy A51 5G One UI 3 beta testers are getting One UI 3.1 version in Korea. We can foresee that the company will provide stable Android 11 updates for these phones in the country in the next few days.
Moreover, Galaxy A51 users outside South Korea may soon be able to use the One UI 3.1 feature because they have already updated to the One UI 3.0 version.
From February 18, 2021, Samsung officially confirmed that starting today, it will provide One UI 3.1 updates to multiple flagship stores and some mid-range users. After the announcement, Galaxy S20, Note 20, Z Fold 2 and Z Flip models have begun to receive One UI 3.1 updates wirelessly. At the same time, we also introduced that Galaxy Note 10 will get the One UI 3.1 update and the March 2021 security patch next month.
How to check for updates manually:
- Open device Settings
- Find and select the Software updates menu
- Finally, tap on Download and install button.