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The first-ever One UI 5.1 app is available for download

Samsung users are waiting for the most-anticipated Unpacked event of 2023. It is scheduled for February 1. At the event, the tech giant is going to unveil flagship products including the Samsung Galaxy S23 series as well as the Galaxy Book 3 series. Notable the flagship series is presented with various improvements in hardware. These improvements comprise cameras, processors, batteries, and other such features.

Concerning the software part of flagship smartphones, the devices will run Android 13 with version One UI 5.1. Given this piece of information, we have now come across another piece of news that is quite interesting. According to this news, the first-ever app updated for One UI 5.1 i.e., Game Launcher is now available for download.

As of now, the Galaxy devices that run the Game Launcher app hold version with the updated One UI 5.1, the version number will jump to it is quite possible that the latest update doesn’t remain limited to the One UI 5.1. Rather it rolls out for all supported Galaxy devices in form of an app update. However, we are not certain about this move as yet. Furthermore, the updated version of the Game Launcher version is not accompanied by new features. the only difference noted is in the main screen. It has some adjustments for the shortcuts as well as the game recommendation. However, with the current version, the home screen is presented with installed games as well as game notifications on the home screen. Given the recent updates, the app will be presented with game recommendations on the front end and everything else aside from it.

In addition to this, it is not clear whether the app will be updated individually, or it will be presented with One UI 5.1. However, time will unveil more details.

Brain Curry

Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.

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