Continue apps on other devices allow users to start using an app on a Galaxy S21 model and continue using it right where you left off on another device.
For example, “Continue apps on other devices” will allow a user in the Galaxy S21 series to log in to another device with the same Samsung account information and continue using an app where he or she left off. At launch, this feature will only be compatible with Samsung Internet and Samsung Notes. Users will also be able to copy text and images from the screen to one Galaxy S21 device and paste it onto another Samsung phone that shares the same account information.
Users will be able to choose between having two different feeds on the left of the home screen
Life is a series of important decisions, and with One UI 3.1, Samsung gives you one more. With the Galaxy S21 line, you will be able to choose which feed to display on the left of the home screen. The alternatives are the former Bixby Home (aka Samsung Daily) feed and Google Discover feed. You can also choose to select none of the feeds and have nothing to see on the left of the home screen.
S Pen support comes to the Galaxy S21 Ultra
The leak also shows a page dedicated to S21 Ultra S Pen settings. The digital writing instrument may not have a place to call home on your phone, but it does support traditional S Pen features including Screen Off, Air Command and Air View. Director’s View will allow users of the Galaxy S21 series to change the camera used while recording video. It can also allow users to record with two different cameras at the same time.
Director’s View allows users to seamlessly switch which camera is recorded in the middle of the movie by a video
Do not forget to circle January 14 on your calendar; that is the date when we expect the Galaxy S21 series to become official.