Samsung Galaxy M51 Gets New Secure Folder, November Patch with Latest One UI 2.5 Update in India

Samsung Galaxy M51 OneUI 2.5 update finally enables haptic feedback on the device.


Samsung has released a new OneUI 2.5 update for one of its mid-range smartphones, Galaxy M51 in India. To recall, the Galaxy M51 was launched a couple of months running Android 10 based OneUI 2.1. Samsung Galaxy M51 OneUI 2.5 update brings new features such as Haptic Feedback, and Secure Folder along with November Android security patch. The update comes as version M515FXXU1BTK4, and weighs around 962MBs in size. Let us have a detailed look at what all feature and changes the new update brings to the Samsung Galaxy M51.

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Samsung Galaxy M51 OneUI 2.5 Update: Changelogs

What's New
Added new feature. - Haptic feedback
The security of your device has been improved

Software Update information
Version: M515FXXU1BTK4/M515FODM1BTK2/M515FXXU1BTK4
Size: 962.64 MB
Security patch level: 1 November 2020

Samsung Galaxy M51 OneUI 2.5 update adds a new Haptic feedback to the device. This feature was missing on the device, and users should be glad that Samsung has finally added it to their devices. The update also brings a new private mode feature. Samsung has added an authetication wall to enter into the Private mode, which ensures that the sensitive data remains unaccessible for unauthorized users. This Secure Folder, which stores priavte apps is itself secured by Samsung Knox.

The update also brings an AI-based app inside the Secure Folder called Content Suggestions. It uses AI and suggests users to move private files such as images to the Secure folder. Users have an option to choose faces or category of images which they want to be moved to priavte folder. The machine learning algorithms uses this data to provide suggestions to users. The update is rolling out in India, but since the update may take sometime to appear on your device since companies follow staged roll-out to minimize impact of critical bugs. Do you own a Samsung Galaxy M51? Have you already received the update on your device? Do let us know in the comments below.