- Galaxy S10/Note 10 One UI 3.0 could resume next week
- Galaxy S21 series could launch in February
- Galaxy S20 One UI 3.0 beta UK
- GCam 7.4 APK for Exynos variants
- Galaxy Z Fold 3 with Under-Display Camera
- Sprint rolled out November security patch for Galaxy S10
- $100 off on Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+
- T-Mobile Galaxy Note 9/S10 November security update
- Samsung adds Google Assistant feature
- Patent: Z-shaped foldable device with two hinges
- Tips & Tricks: How to enable Fall Detection feature on Galaxy Watch
1. Galaxy S10/Note 10 One UI 3.0 could resume next week
Samsung has already started rolling out the One UI 3.0 Beta update for the Galaxy Note 10 series in Korea and the UK. Due to several issues and bugs, the company has suspended the release of the One UI 3.0 beta for the Galaxy S10 and other eligible models.
According to the information, the beta rollout for the Galaxy S10/Note series phones is difficult to start this week. Samsung will try to release….read more here.
2. Galaxy S21 series could launch in February
As we reported earlier, these phones were set to launch in mid-January next year. But now it seems that there could be a delay for these new smartphones to hit the market.
According to the recent report, Samsung may choose to launch the Galaxy S21 series by February 2021 instead of mid-January. Read more here.
3. Galaxy S20 One UI 3.0 beta UK
After Germany, Samsung has started to roll out the latest One UI 3.0 beta build for the Galaxy S20 series smartphones in the UK.
It is identified with build versions: G981BXXU5ZTKF, G986BXXU5ZTKF, and G988BXXU5ZTKF for the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra respectively. Read more here.
4. GCam 7.4 APK for Samsung smartphones (Exynos variants)
It was very easy to find a GCam mod for Snapdragon SoC powered variants but very difficult to get one for the Exynos chip.
The problem is now resolved and we have a working GCam mode for Exynos devices. Download GCam for your Exynos powered Samsung device here.
5. Galaxy Z Fold 3 with Under-Display Camera
Samsung is planning for a new camera technology for its upcoming Galaxy Fold 3 that is an under-display camera (UDC).
According to the news coming from Sammy Fans, the company has already started working on the UDC technology and will be using it in the next generation foldable device that is the Galaxy Fold 3. Read more here.
6. Sprint rolled out November security patch for Galaxy S10
Sprint is now rolling out a new firmware update for Samsung Galaxy S10 series devices in the US.
This update installs the latest Android security patches released in November 2020 for better device security. Read more here.
7. $100 off on Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+
BestBuy is also providing such offers on the Galaxy devices, and here’s a great deal on Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+ tablets.
If you are looking to buy a tablet then you must consider this deal. Grab the deal here.
8. T-Mobile Galaxy Note 9/S10 November security update
T-Mobile is now rolling out a new software update for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and S10 series devices in the US.
The latest firmware update comes with the November 2020 security patch that increases the security level to keep your device secure. Read more here.
9. Samsung adds Google Assistant feature
The Google Assistant is now fully integrated into the Samsung Smart TV’s and there’s is no need for any additional download, hardware, or installation.
Samsung has recently announced that the Google Assistant will be available to the Samsung Smart TVs alongside the Bixby and Amazon Alexa. Read more here.
10. Patent: Z-shaped foldable device with two hinges
Samsung currently has two different types of foldable devices, that are Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Fold.
Samsung recently filed a new patent for a multi-foldable electronic device with the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) for its upcoming foldable device. Check the patent here.
11. Tips & Tricks: How to enable Fall Detection feature on Galaxy Watch
Samsung Galaxy Watches also takes care of your health with different types of functionalities such as the “Detect Fall” AKA fall detection feature.
The guide will help you to learn how to set up the Fall Detection function on your Galaxy Watch 3 and Galaxy Watch Active 2. Learn how to set up the Fall Detection function here.