- Galaxy Z Flip LTE gets One UI 3.0 beta in Korea
- One UI 2.5 arrived for Galaxy F41
- Samsung to end Note series, Galaxy S21 Ultra/Z Fold 3 to come with S Pen
- Galaxy S20 FE audio problems
- Galaxy S21 series with 5G support in India
- Selling of carrier-locked smartphones could soon be banned in the US
- Galaxy A10 November 2020 security update
- Galaxy A12 gets Bluetooth certified
- Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6 for WiFi 6 will become a major turning point
- Galaxy Watch Active 2 ‘Resume Workout’ issue
1. Galaxy Z Flip LTE gets One UI 3.0 beta in Korea
Samsung started providing the first beta build for its clamshell Galaxy Z Flip smartphones in South Korea. The Galaxy Z Flip LTE has started receiving the latest Android 11 based One UI 3.0 beta update in South Korea. Read more here.
2. One UI 2.5 arrived for Galaxy F41
Samsung is rolling out One UI 2.5 update to its one more budget device, the Galaxy F41 smartphone.
The new firmware for the Galaxy F41 installs the latest One UI 2.5 along with a bunch of new features and optimizations. The update also brings the October 2020 security patch for improved system security and device stability. Read more here.
3. Samsung to end Note series, Galaxy S21 Ultra/Z Fold 3 to come with S Pen
Recently, we’ve heard a lot of leaks and rumors regarding the upcoming devices of Samsung. According to Korean media –
The upcoming Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be equipped with the unique feature of the Note series, S Pen. By adding S Pen support to these phones, the company indicating that the Note series will be discontinued. Read more here.
4. Galaxy S20 FE audio problems
Recently, some of the users of Galaxy S20 FE have reported an issue with the audio system of the phone.
While playing any media with Instagram, Spotify, Netflix, or any other source, the audio of the device has suddenly decreased and it is barely audible. Are you also facing this issue, let us know in this article.
5. Galaxy S21 series with 5G support in India
Samsung could unveil three models in its Galaxy S21 series that could be the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra in January 2021.
It is reported that all the models of the Galaxy S21 series will support 5G connectivity in India and will come with model numbers SM-G991B, SM-G996B, and SM-G998B for the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra respectively. Read more here.
6. Selling of carrier-locked smartphones could soon be banned in the US
In late October, United Kingdom imposed a ban on carriers to sell locked phones in the country. According to Wired –
A complicated combination of corporate interests and pre-smartphone era legislation has resulted in more than two decades of back and forth about the legality of phone locking in the US. It’s looking like that battle could ramp up again next year. Read more here.
7. Galaxy A10 November 2020 security update
Several Galaxy devices already received November 2020 security patch and now the company is rolling this update for its budget Galaxy A10 devices.
This new update installs the latest November 2020 security on the Galaxy A10 phones for improved security and device stability. It comes with the build version A105NKOU4BTJ1. Read more here.
8. Galaxy A12 gets Bluetooth certified
Samsung not only focussing to launch only high-end smartphones but also on mid-range smartphones.
The upcoming Galaxy A12 having model number SM-A125F_DSN passed the Bluetooth certification but there’s no information about the specifications of this device. Check the specs of this device here.
9. Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6 for WiFi 6 will become a major turning point
We have entered the sixth era of WiFi. This latest version is more stronger and capable than the previous WiFi 5.
The WiFi 6 offers a more, contagious spectrum, wider channels, less interference, Gigabit speeds, Extremely low latency, and high capacity. The WiFi certified 6 brings enhanced performance to emerging applications such as virtual and augmented reality used in e-Learning, telepresence, and healthcare. Read more here.
10. Galaxy Watch Active 2 ‘Resume Workout’ issue
Following its launch in August last year, users of this smartwatch reported an issue regarding the workout feature.
Once they started a workout mode and take a break by pausing the workout, the watch simply doesn’t resume it. Instead, it shows the music player widget and keeps showing it. Are you also facing these issues, let us know in this article.