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Original Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Gets One UI 4.1.1 Update

A few weeks ago, Samsung started rolling out the update to One UI 4.1.1 to the Galaxy Z Flip3 and Foldable Z3, promising that even foldables older than these would eventually get it too. The Galaxy Z Fold2 was next in line, and today the original Galaxy Z flip drew the lucky straw, as it starts receiving the update in the US.

So far, the rollout seems limited to units that were purchased unlocked, so no carrier versions yet. The update includes the September 2022 security patch level, and after applying it, you will be on build F700USQU5GVHA.

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Flex mode is built in, allowing PC-like controls when the device is partially folded. There are also new gestures for multi-window and pop-up view, and you now have the option to set different call backgrounds for each contact.

Bixby text and object recognition works in apps like Gallery and Camera, and the My Files app has become more powerful with better search. The Samsung Keyboard app lets you rearrange the buttons for emojis and stickers, and the spacebar is customizable too.

As usual with such releases, the rollout of this update will likely be staggered. As such, it could take a few days (or even weeks) for it to reach all Galaxy Z Flip units out there in the wild.