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A few days ago, a popular security research company Check Point revealed that there’s a severe vulnerability in Qualcomm’s 5G modem, which was detected in December last year, affects around 30% of the total Android smartphones across the globe.

According to the report, it may allow hackers to remotely attack Android phones by inserting malicious code into their modem, gain the ability to execute code, access call records and text messages, and even listen to calls. Not only Samsung, but Google Pixel, LG, OnePlus, and Xiaomi phones may be also affected by this critical CVE.

But, Samsung recently confirmed that this new Qualcomm security flaw can’t affect any Galaxy device as select devices have been patched since January of 2021. Although the company published its May 2021 security bulletin a few days ago, it has recently updated the webpage and mentioned CVE-2020-11292* under the already fixed CVEs group.

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* Select devices have been patched since January of 2021

It is important to mention that, in the May 2021 security patch details, the South Korean tech giant also mentioned that it has been patching the vulnerability since January 2021, which is excellent news for Samsung fans and also a straight message to other OEMs about its advanced software system.

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James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Samsung Galaxy S4 and continue to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.

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Samsung launches AWS/PCS dual-band Massive MIMO Radio in North America

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On October 26, Samsung announced the commercial availability of its AWS/PCS Dual-band Massive MIMO Radio, continuing to expand its comprehensive list of Massive MIMO solutions. The new radio station is one of the lightest radio stations in the industry that supports Advanced Wireless Service (AWS) and Broadband Personal Communications Service (PCS).

As the most compact and integrated Massive MIMO AWS/PCS radio market available, Samsung’s new radio station excels in its ability to deliver high output power (320W) in a small way. Installed with the company’s latest System-on-a-Chip (SoC) and designed to improve network capacity and coverage, while reducing its power consumption and radio size.

The AWS/PCS Dual-band Massive MIMO Radio is the company’s first 16T16R FDD company’s first Massive MIMO radio station. It is now commercially available, along with Samsung’s AWS/PCS Dual-band 4T4R Radio. Samsung continues to provide a comprehensive radio program that includes low-band, mid-band, and mmWave in North America.

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Samsung Networks has launched a successful delivery of 5G infrastructure solutions that include chipsets, radios, and content. With ongoing research and development, Samsung is leading the industry to develop 5G networks and Core to autonomous network solutions and AI-enabled switching tools. The company currently provides network solutions to mobile operators that bring connections to hundreds of millions of users worldwide.

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Samsung introduces One UI 4 based on Android 12 at the SDC21

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One UI 4

Yesterday, Samsung held this year’s Samsung Developers Conference where it has introduced its vision for the Galaxy ecosystem. At the same time, the company has shared more details of its latest Android 12-based custom skin called One UI 4.0.

The Korean tech giant claims to provide a user experience that meets the needs of all users and devices. Therefore, developers have a breadth of opportunities to innovate in new ways with an expanding range of device types and form factors.

Introduced at the SDC21, the new One UI 4 is the latest version of Samsung’s user interface for mobile devices, based on Android 12. As confirmed by the OEM, the One UI 4 will provide new levels of customization to enable users to create an experience and a device that is truly theirs.

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One UI 4

Following the footsteps of Google’s Android 12 Privacy features, the One UI 4 also combines Samsung’s leading privacy and security features for users to personalize permissions so that they are always in control of their data when using a Galaxy device.

In addition, the company has also demonstrated the possibilities of One UI 4 to developers at the event, particularly for foldable devices such as the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3. With the One UI 4, Galaxy fans will be able to make use of features such as Flex mode and Multi-Active Window that are unique to the foldable form factor.

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Breaking: Samsung launches One UI 4 Beta for Galaxy Z Fold 3, Flip 3 to let users get Android 12 first

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Initially launched for the Galaxy S21 series smartphones, the One UI 4 Beta program has just been announced by Samsung for its next-generation foldable smartphones. According to the info, the company will soon start recruiting the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3 owners for Android 12-based One UI 4 Beta program.

To be mentioned, the One UI 4 Beta program for the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 is limited to Korean consumers. Meanwhile, they still need to wait until the beginning of recruitment, which could begin in the coming days.

One UI 4 Beta coming soon for Galaxy Z Fold 3 –

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What is One UI Beta?

Samsung One UI Beta Program is an opportunity to try One UI features before their official release. As users preview the new features and design, send feedback to the company to help it create an exceptional experience for Galaxy users.

Regularly, the One UI Beta Program opens for participants in India, the US, Germany, Poland, South Korea, UK, and China.

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Become a beta tester

Simply, download the Samsung Members application from Galaxy Store or the Google Play Store. Log in to the application with your Samsung Account, and select the “Registration for One UI Beta Program” in the home banner or notices page to register.

Update the software

On your device, select “Settings > Software update > Download and install”. The beta software is installed.

Samsung Android 12 One UI 4 Progress

On October 4, Google has officially announced the Android 12 operating system for smartphones. Samsung, on the other hand, is also conducting its Android 12-based One UI 4 Beta program for the latest Galaxy S flagship series in seven countries.

Ahead of the stable launch of Android 12, Samsung announced the One UI 4 Beta for developers, followed by general consumers in late August. Under the Beta program, the Galaxy S21 series was the first to be invited, while the Galaxy Note 20, and Galaxy S20 may join later on.

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When will be the stable version available

It’s not possible to provide a specific date for publishing the release version as it will be published as soon as beta feedback is analyzed and improvements are implemented.

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