Samsung released the One UI 4.1 software in February with the Galaxy S22 series, and it has since been improved for a variety of devices, including their flagships. We now know that the company is working on version 4.1.1, which will be released later this year alongside their new foldables.
A Samsung support agent confirmed the name, explaining that the Wonderland issues are deep within the platform and will be fixed once One UI 4.1.1 is released. The naming convention is consistent with previous One UI releases, such as the transition from One UI 3.1 to One UI 3.1.1 last year.
There are also rumours that the next major software update, based on Android 13, will be known as One UI 5. The first beta will be slated for July, once Google unveils its new operating system. But, for the time being, these are only rumours, and they should be taken with a grain of salt.
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If you want to learn more about what One UI 4 has to offer, check out our in-depth post about the same.