Samsung Galaxy M01s and Samsung Galaxy M31 smartphones are reportedly receiving the Android 10-based One UI Core 2.1 custom skin along with the September 2020 security patch. Galaxy M01s is getting firmware version M017FXXU1BTI5, while Galaxy M31 is receiving firmware version M315FXXU2ATI4. Users of Galaxy M01s in India are currently getting the update, and the update for Galaxy M31 is available in India, Vietnam, Philippines, and Thailand. The firmware update is being rolled out in a phased manner.
With this update, Samsung Galaxy M01s will be making the jump from Android 9 Pie to Android 10, as per a report by Sammobile. Samsung Galaxy M31 is already on Android 10 and sticking to the same version with the latest update.
Samsung Galaxy M01s and Samsung Galaxy M31 users in India and the above mentioned regions can download the latest firmware update by going to Settings, clicking on Software update, and then tapping on Download and install. Not everyone will get the update immediately as the update is being released in batches.
One UI Core 2.1 will include the usual Android 10 updates as well as features such as Music Share and Quick Share. Since Galaxy M01s is a low-end phone, the report states that it is unlikely it will see too many additions or camera improvements with the update. For Galaxy M31, the update will reportedly include new features like Single Take and My Filters, along with the aforementioned ones.
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