- Galaxy S20 One UI 3.0 Beta 7 South Korea
- Galaxy S20 FE gets another update
- Galaxy A5 2016 receiving a surprising update
- Galaxy Note 9 display issues after One UI 2.5 update
- Galaxy Z Fold Scroll
- Samsung is planning for a budget 5G smartphone
- Unboxing of the Meanest Monster Ever – Galaxy M51
1. Galaxy S20 One UI 3.0 Beta 7 South Korea
Previously, Samsung rolled out the new One UI 3.0 beta update for the Galaxy S20 series users in Germany and UK.
The latest One UI 3.0 beta for the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra users is available in South Korea. This update will soon be available for other eligible countries including the US, India, UK, Germany, Poland, and China. Check the full changelog here.
2. Galaxy S20 FE gets another update
Samsung has started to rollout a new software update for the Galaxy S20 FE smartphones.
This new firmware update comes with the build version G780FXXU1ATK3 for the Galaxy S20 FE. It weighs 132.91MB and installs the latest Android security patch released in November 2020 for better device security. Read more here.
3. Galaxy A5 2016 receiving a surprising update
Samsung continuously declaring itself as the best ever software updates provider.
Adding to this story, 2016’s Samsung Galaxy A5 2016 is now receiving a new software update. According to the information, it comes with a build version A510SKSS2CTJ1 for the carrier-locked Galaxy A5 2016 devices in South Korea. Check here what’s the new update brings.
4. Galaxy Note 9 display issues after One UI 2.5 update
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is one of the premium smartphones launched at the ‘Unpacked’ event in August 2018.
Suddenly some of the Galaxy Note 9 users are facing issues on their device. According to them, the screen of their device had slowly started turning yellow-green after updating to the latest One UI 2.5 update, which brings new features. If you are also facing these issues, let us know in this article.
5. Galaxy Z Fold Scroll
According to the information, Samsung is developing a scrollable smartphone that could be named as Galaxy Z Fold Scroll. A leakster shared an image of a smartphone that can be folded in and out. It might beat Oppo’s X 2021, read the full article here.
6. Samsung is planning for a budget 5G smartphone
Samsung is working to expand its smartphone range with new devices in the coming days.
A Geekbench score suggests that there is one more budget 5G phone that we may see along with other smartphones. It was spotted on the Geekbench site for the model number SGH-N378. Know more about the device here.
7. Unboxing of the Meanest Monster Ever – Galaxy M51
In this unboxing article, you can check every single aspect of this M series smartphone and will look at what Samsung has packed with it. Check here