One UI 4.1 Samsung was introduced together with the Samsung Galaxy S22 series, in the second month of this year. Some Samsung phones that were on Android 12 and One UI 4.0 have already received the One UI 4.1 upgrade. However, some phones will skip the One UI 4.0 upgrade and get Android 12 and One UI 4.1 directly. One of these is the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G.
The Samsung Galaxy A32 5G was introduced early last year with Android 11 and One UI 3.1, which means that the upgrade to Android 12 is its first major Android upgrade.
The mentioned upgrade for this phone comes with the firmware number A326BXXU4BVC8 and includes a security patch for the third month of 2022. The upgrade is currently only available to users of this phone in Thailand, but it is expected to move to other regions very soon. The 4G version of this phone – Samsung Galaxy A32 4G – should start receiving the upgrade soon.
There is a long list of changes that this upgrade will bring with it. The One UI 4.1 upgrade includes a variety of features such as Google Duo Live Sharing, smart widgets, and improved color palettes and portrait photos in low light. In addition, the upgrade will offer a way to share Wi-Fi passwords via Quick Share. There’s also the ability to share photos and videos with multiple friends via a single link, and photos shared via the Quick Share feature show your photo editing history.
The Samsung keyboard has also been upgraded, while Bixby Routines now has the option to automatically change the look of the watch and other settings on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4.
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