the Enhanced Trade Partnership with India, on Feb 10th is an agreement to improve trade (although short of a comprehensive free trade treaty). The EU does not currently have a trade agreement with India. There is also the UK-Japan deal CEPA, signed back in October, however it can be seen as a modification of the EU-Japan deal that was signed in 2019 (after the UK had voted to leave). Agreements with Canada, Albania, Jordan, and Mexico are expected "soon" (but some of these agreements may be less than stellar, consisting of agreeing to trade under WTO terms) (source dated 15 Feb 21)
And the UK has applied to join CPTPP, a Pacific association with Japan, Australia and Chile and other Pacific nations. It remains to be seen if this will be successful. Australia seems generally supportive, Japan (the largest economy in the block) remains tight-lipped.
Trade agreements are notoriously complex, and comprehensive trade agreements take years to construct. Many countries seem to have been reluctant to enter into substantive negotiations until the nature of the EU-UK relationship was clarified, and it would not have been legal under EU rules to negotiate until January 2020.