According to reports, Samsung Galaxy M01 and Samsung Galaxy M31 smartphones will receive One UI Core 2.1 custom skins based on Android 10 and a security patch in September 2020. The firmware version of Galaxy M01s is M017FXXU1BTI5, and the firmware version of Galaxy M31 is M315FXXU2ATI4. Galaxy M01s users in India are currently getting the update, while the Galaxy M31 update is available in India, Vietnam, the Philippines and Thailand. The firmware update is being rolled out in phases.
According to a report by Sammobile, in this update, Samsung Galaxy M01s will make the leap from Android 9 Pie to Android 10. Samsung Galaxy M31 is already running on Android 10 and insists on using the same version of the latest update.
Samsung Galaxy M01s and Samsung Galaxy M31 users in India and the aforementioned regions can download the latest firmware update in the following ways: Set value, Click Software update,then click Download and install. Not everyone will get this update right away, because the update is released in batches.
A UI Core 2.1 will include the usual Android 10 update and features such as music sharing and quick sharing. Since Galaxy M01s is a low-end phone, the report pointed out that it is unlikely to see too many additions or camera improvements in this update. For the Galaxy M31, the update is reported to include new features, such as “single shot” and “My Filter” as well as the aforementioned features.
The latest Galaxy M31 update will also provide users with shutter speed control similar to the Galaxy M31s and Galaxy M51 in Pro mode.
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