Samsung Galaxy S21 Series Will Come With One UI 3.1 & Not One UI 3.0

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Samsung has been right in the eyes of the leakers and tipsters. Information regarding Galaxy S21 series is also no longer a secret. And as per the new report, the Galaxy S21 series will come with One UI 3.1 and not the One UI 3.0.

This piece of information comes straight from trusted leakster and tipster Jimmy Is Promo. Notably, Jimmy, in a tweet, revealed that the Galaxy S21 series will not come with One UI 3.0.

And instead, the entire lineup will come with One UI 3.1 which will be based on Android 11. Well, this is also a huge revelation because this year's Galaxy S20 also came with an updated One UI 2.1 and not the One UI 2.0.


Though the One UI 2.1 custom UI was based on Android 10, it brought it some nifty new features to the table for Galaxy S20. In line with this, the company will stack the Galaxy S21 series with the latest One UI 3.1.

Recently we have reported all the key details about the specifications of the Galaxy S21 Ultra. The Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with a 6.7-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate panel.

Moreover, the phone will be fueled by the Snapdragon 875 chipset in the US and China, while the other regions will have to settle with Exynos 2100 chipset.

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The Galaxy S21 Ultra will pack the biggest capacity battery among the Galaxy S21 lot, and it will be a 5,000 mAh battery. The primary camera would be a 108MP lens.

Rumors have it that Galaxy S21 will be more affordable than Galaxy S20

Galaxy S21 is also coined to be more affordable than its 2020 counterparts, the Galaxy S20 series. But that is entirely based on rumors. So, we would advise keeping your pocket full until something official confirms this.

Besides, the leaks also suggest that the upcoming Galaxy S21 will come with an entirely new design. In fact, Samsung would take Apple's approach of a flat screen and squarish bezel design.


The display will be sized at 6.2-inches. It is also rumored that the entire Galaxy S21 lineup will have bezels of equal thickness on all sides. But that again is rumors, and we would not count on it until it is confirmed by someone official.

So, all in all, Samsung seems much invested in revamping its design language with the Galaxy S21 series. More information will be put across our website, once something concrete comes across our table.

As far as the software is concerned, it will not be wrong to expect that the Galaxy S21 series will come with One UI 3.1. Samsung followed the same approach with the Galaxy S21. Apparently, being the first flagship of the year gives Galaxy S21 some advantage or edge of some sort.