Samsung Galaxy S21 has Google’s exclusive feature in One UI 3.1

Galaxy S21

With the launch of the Galaxy S21 line, Samsung fulfilled one of the most recurring requests from its users. At issue is the possibility of accessing Google Discover at the left end of the home panel.

Now that One UI 3.1 has started to reach more Galaxy smartphones, the absence of Google Discover has not gone unnoticed. What could easily be made available to more devices, remains exclusive to Samsung's new range of tops.

Google Discover on launcher original only on the Samsung Galaxy S21

For a few years, Samsung placed a left end of its home page on a breefing powered by your applications and Bixby. However, the content presented is far from equaling the quality that Google Discover offers.

Galaxy S21

Therefore, it was with great pleasure that fans of the South Korean saw the inclusion of this page in the Galaxy S21, simulating the experience of Pixel and pure Android. Something that was expected to be replicated in the rest of the brand's equipment included with One UI 3.1.

The unfortunate reality is that this has not been the case, now that One Ui 3.1 is beginning to be a more common sight on Samsung devices. Not even the Galaxy S20 FE, one of the last tops of the range launched by the brand, was entitled to Google Discover.

Note that the implementation of Google Discover can be easily achieved with a software update. This indicates that Samsung only does not put this functionality on other Galaxy devices by internal option.

Perhaps it points to Google Discover as a way to attract new users to the Galaxy S21 line. Those who really want to take advantage of the Google platform directly on the smartphone interface will have to choose one of these tops.

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