Samsung has gradually been releasing the One UI 3.1 update for supported devices over the past couple of months. It has sent out the update for a considerable number of devices so far. The company recently turned its attention to the Galaxy M family of affordable devices.
A couple of Galaxy M models have also received the One UI 3.1 update. It’s now time to add another to the list. Samsung has at last rolled out the One UI 3.1 update for the Galaxy M01.
One UI 3.1 Core brings Android 11 to the Galaxy M01
This is a significant update for the Galaxy M01 as it brings Android 11 with a handful of new features. Like other Galaxy M series phones, the Galaxy M01 actually gets One UI 3.1 Core. This special firmware is a lighter version of One UI that Samsung releases for its entry-level devices.
Samsung is now rolling out firmware version M015GXXU3BUD9 for the Galaxy M01. The firmware comes with the latest April 2021 security patch. It’s available over-the-air. One UI 3.1 Core brings a refreshed design with smoother animations and a vastly improved experience.
Enhanced dynamic memory allocation also improves performance so that apps can run faster. There are new customization, home and lock screen, call and chats as well as pictures and videos features.
Stronger privacy protection is built into One UI 3.1 Core. With updated Digital Wellbeing, users can better control how much time they spend on the phone. New productivity and media control features also elevate the overall experience.
Do remember that some apps may need to be updated separately once the One UI 3.1 Core update has been installed.