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Samsung Daily News 8: One UI 3.0 beta continued, One UI 2.5 for Galaxy F41, Galaxy S20FE/Watch issues, security updates, and more

Welcome to Sammy Fans, in this article, we will cover all the latest news today about Samsung. Check the top news about Samsung below:

  • One UI 3.0 Beta for Galaxy Z Flip LTE in Korea
  • Galaxy S21 Ultra and Z Fold 3 to come with S Pen support
  • Galaxy S21 with 5G support in India
  • Galaxy Watch 3 LTE issues
  • Sprint Galaxy Z Fold 2 November update
  • Galaxy F41 getting One UI 2.5 update
  • Galaxy A12 gets Bluetooth certification
  • Selling of carrier-locked devices could be banned in the U.S.
  • Galaxy S20 FE audio issue
  • Wi-Fi 6 CERTIFIED Wi-Fi Alliance

1. One UI 3.0 Beta for Galaxy Z Flip LTE in Korea

Samsung could resume the One UI 3.0 beta update rollout from next week. And now, the company has started providing the first beta build for its clamshell Galaxy Z Flip smartphones in South Korea. Read more here

2. Galaxy S21 Ultra and Z Fold 3 to come with S Pen support

Samsung has confirmed the release of its upcoming foldable smartphone that could be named the Galaxy Z Fold 3. It will launch in June 2021 and the company has started developing final samples for mass production. Adding to this, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will become the most premium smartphone of Samsung having the advanced technologies of the company like S Pen and Under Display Camera. Read more here

3. Galaxy S21 with 5G support in India

The South Korean tech giant will unveil three models that are Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, and Galaxy S21 Ultra and these are likely to hit the market in January 2021. 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

4. Galaxy Watch 3 LTE issues

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 LTE has started receiving the latest firmware update in South Korea. The new update is identified with software version R845NK0U1BTK1 and package size of 63.3MB. Read more here

5. Sprint Galaxy Z Fold 2 November update

Sprint is now rolling out a new firmware update for Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 devices in the US. It brings the latest security patch along with some system improvements. Read more here

6. Galaxy F41 getting One UI 2.5 update

Samsung released the One UI 2.5 update along with the Galaxy Note 20 series. Since then this update is received by many flagship devices, including mid-range and some budget phones. Now the company is rolling out these new changes to its one more budget device, the Galaxy F41 smartphone. Read more here

7. Galaxy A12 gets Bluetooth certification

Samsung’s upcoming mid-range device Galaxy A12 having model number SM-A125F_DSN passed the Bluetooth certification but there’s no information about the specifications of this device. While it hints that this device will soon hit the smartphone market in the coming days/weeks. Read more here

8. Selling of carrier-locked devices could be banned in the U.S.

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

9 Galaxy S20 FE audio issue

Galaxy S20 FE has reported an issue with the audio system of the phone. In contrast to the problem, a user states that 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. Read more here

10. Wi-Fi 6 CERTIFIED Wi-Fi Alliance

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



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