Samsung recently unveiled the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and the official description of its pre-installed software is somewhat sparse. While Google insists its Android 12L fork is more suitable for tablets, foldables and Chrome OS devices, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold lineup is also working on creating an improved One UI for the software experience.
As we all know that the launch of Galaxy Z Fold 4 has just been a few days but a lot of technology media web have shared the practical evaluation of Galaxy Z Fold 4. However, one of the most striking software of this year is Samsung’s newly introduced Fixed Taskbar.
However, some reports claim that Samsung’s latest One UI 4.1.1 update will also land on some older Samsung Fold devices but it could be possible next year. While we’re not surprised by this, it does raise some interesting questions, not least is Samsung planning to migrate all, or at least the latest, foldable devices to the Android “L” branch?
We cannot accurately estimate how much the One UI 4.1.1 software that comes pre-installed with the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is related to Android 12L. But from the brief hands-on experience of GSM Arena, at least many Google native applications can get a good experience in split-screen mode. On the flat-out square screen, users can navigate productivity apps more easily, and social media apps adjust automatically when folded, as expected.
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