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Carrier-Locked Galaxy Z Flip Gains One UI 5.1.1 Update In The US

Samsung is currently busy with the testing of the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 beta update for its eligible devices. Meanwhile, the Korean tech giant is expanding the One UI 5.1.1 software update for the rest of the eligible devices. In a recent development, Galaxy Z Flip 5G is receiving the One UI 5.1.1 in the US.

The One UI 5.1.1 software update for the carrier-locked Galaxy Z Flip 5G variant comes with firmware version F707USQU6IWI1. This update is being rolled out on T-Mobile and Sprint networks in the US. More carriers may release the update soon. It brings the August 2023 security patch instead of September 2023, and as per the firmware version, the new update includes many new feature additions and performance enhancements.

How To Update:

If you have a carrier-locked version of the Galaxy Z Flip in the US, you can now check for the new update by going to Settings >> Software Update and tapping Download and Install.

 One UI 5.1.1 Features:

According to the changelog, this software update offers One UI 5.1.1, including additional changes like multitasking, flex mode, quick share, multi-window, gallery, camera, Samsung Health, hotspot, Oracast, and more.

Moving on, the One UI 5.1.1 update helps Galaxy phones and tablets access new features, like two-handed dragging and dropping of content from one app to another, pop-up views for supported apps, multi-window mode, Quick switching between apps, the ability to open an app in a pop-up window on top of another app and then hide that pop-up window to the side of the screen for quick access later, and much more.

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