Samsung is going to bring revolution in their flagship phones by updating software. Day by day, the user interface is improving. So to give the ultimate experience to the users, Samsung is always mercurial. In a report, a moderator of the Samsung community has revealed that Samsung will release One UI 2.1 update for Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 by mid-April.

According to the report, the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy Note 10 will have built-in One UI 2.1 that is based on Android 10. Another manager of the Samsung community has revealed on the official support channel that the company flagship smartphones of 2018 will get One UI 2.1.

Currently, the older flagship phones are running on One UI 2.0. Soon they might be changed and will get this new update. As per the report, four flagship smartphones on Samsung’s portfolio will roll up One UI 2.1, and those are Galaxy S9 duo, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy Z Flip, and Galaxy S20 trio.

In the report, they didn’t disclose the exact date of the release. In the answers of the user, the UI team has said that they will uncover the update in April. The moderators also said that the UI team of the company is working on One UI 2.5, but this update will be available on Galaxy Note 20 series.

In terms of One UI 2.1 has standard features. The UI mainly focuses on the features that are attached to the new hardware of new flagship phones. The user can enjoy a smoother experience like the 120Hz display refreshing rate. Other new features are more in-depth and clearer screen zoom options and update AirDrop, where you can share files, photos, videos more quickly. This feature will support the older Galaxy devices near you.