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Samsung and Google could make their phone better with a physical mute!

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We see most of the phones in the smartphone market that is launched with awesome feature while competing in the market and providing tough competition to each other. Samsung and Google are two such companies that always have a face-off in terms of technology and feature, but are lagging behind, see how?

Samsung and Google provide the phone with a bigger display, fast processor, and batteries. They also provide us with refined and improved software and provide us with the latest updates from time to time.

Other smartphone-making companies that are launching their phones in the present day are giving neck-to-neck competition in terms of features and specifications. This is creating a bit of noise in the market. Global smartphone brands should not lose their individuality and uniqueness.

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Making a phone better with a physical mute

The users who are using Samsung and Google phones seem to be dissatisfied with these OEMs as they are losing their originality. One such notable and useful physical feature is a mute switch. Even the killer flagships like Apple have not yet stopped providing the physical mute switch.

I know that muting a phone is a very easy task. You can do it just by unlocking your phone, Swipe, and tapping on a couple of buttons and it’s done. In the same way, if we talk about the physical mute it is simply a great facility that was earlier provided by Samsung and Google for the purpose.

The Android setup is becoming mature day by day, but have you thought about the user’s convenience. Presently the smartphone manufacturers are ruining this. So I think they should take care of the users, which provides them with a sense that is full of comfort.

To maintain the authenticity and individuality of the phone Samsung and Google should bring them back. Because looking at today’s scenario these physical features are still very useful. As they help us to do the operation in a single go. What do you think about the physical mute button let us know your views in the comments below.

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Old is ‘not’ gold in Samsung, Galaxy S10 has less Android support than A53

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Android Support

Samsung is killing with its Android OS and regular security updates, however, it’s quite confusing that the Galaxy S10 has less support than the Galaxy A53. The former belongs to the flagship Samsung family, while the latter to the mid-range Galaxy A lineup, but the Android support is just the opposite between them.

The Galaxy S10 series was launched back in 2019, with Android 9-based One UI 1.1 out of the box. As per records, the Galaxy S10 is one of the company’s most selling smartphone lineup, which introduced the first 5G model as well in the range.

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The standard variant of the Galaxy S10 series with the least storage option had priced at $899 in the United States, huh, we are getting nothing for it, right? Well, it’s not wholly true that Samsung didn’t do anything for Galaxy S10 consumers, but it’s not satisfactory seeing mid-rangers have similar and more Android support.

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Galaxy S10 Series

As mentioned above, the Korean tech giant launched the Galaxy S10 series with Android 9-based One UI 1.1. At the time of launch, Samsung was commented to offer up to two OS and three years of security updates. Later on, the vendor raised the OS support bar to three, up from the initial offering of two upgrades.

At the Galaxy Note 20 launch conference, Samsung confirmed an additional year of OS support for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series devices. According to the revised policy, both of these older flagship lineups became eligible for another yet final major switch in the form of Android 12-based One UI 4.

But, old is not gold in Samsung’s dictionary

In the same document, Samsung revealed that the Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 mid-range smartphones will also be eligible for three generations of Android upgrades, which is exactly similar to the Galaxy S10, Note 10, and even the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy S20 series.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Android Support

What’s the similarity between Galaxy flagships and mid-range smartphones as Samsung offers the same support to both? Yes, there’s nothing to match in between and the company understood it later on when consumers started criticizing and questioning over support, but,

“I’m still unsatisfied”

Samsung became the best Android support provider at the cheapest cost in the industry, but it seems “biasness”. The Galaxy S21 and later flagships now offer up to four major upgrades, but the company has decided to do the same with the Galaxy A53/A73 and select upcoming A series phones.

Is it right old is not gold in Samsung’s dictionary? Let us know through social media or the Twitter poll linked below.

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70 Galaxy Z Flip 4 color options are enough or not?

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 70 color options

Launched last year, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 became the most preferred smartphone by consumers, mainly women. After its first success, the company launched several versions of it. Now, the company is all set to launch Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 in 70 different color options.

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A few days ago, the Korean tech giant officially confirmed the list of all color combinations of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 on Samsung’s insurance website in the UK. However, it is not yet known whether Samsung added this list by mistake or whether the company really wants to reveal it. whatever it is, it’s good for us.

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Ahead of the launch, we know in which color combination the Galaxy Z Flip 4 will be available. So are you also thinking of buying Galaxy Z Flip 4? Even if you are not thinking then you can definitely see its amazing colors.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 70 color options

The information suggests that the Galaxy Z Flip 4 will come in key colors like Blue, Bora Purple, Graphite, and Pink Gold. Coming to the bespoke edition, it will come in a combination of Green, Navy, Red, Yellow, and White colors with a black, silver, and gold frame. In the Bespoke edition, consumers can customize and choose different color options as per their preference.

Samsung is going to unveil over 70 color options for the Galaxy Z Flip 4. Are these colors enough for you? Do you still think colors should be available in this smartphone as well? If you think so, then tell us in the comment section, and also if you are going to buy it, then you can tell which color variant you are going to buy.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4: Expected Specs

Display: 6.7-inch screen

Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1

RAM: 8GB

Internal Storage: 256GB/ 512GB

Software: One UI 4.1.1 (Android 12L)

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Battery: 3, 700M mAh

Launch Date: August 10, 2022

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One UI 5.1 will be a better Samsung Android 13 version

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Samsung One UI 5.1 Version

Samsung is yet to unveil the Android 13-based One UI 5 Beta program, which will bring the One UI 5.0 Stable update to Galaxy devices. The official version of One UI 5.0 is likely to be arriving later this year, however, the One UI 5.1, which could debut with the Galaxy S23 series, will be a better Samsung Android 13 version.

As per the software system, Samsung manages to introduce three different One UI iterations per Android OS for the Galaxy devices. As the company is following the same strategy since the initial One UI debut in 2019, we can expect the One UI 5.1 will surely be debuting with the Galaxy S23 series next year.

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As soon as Samsung announces the Android 13 Beta program, the Galaxy S22 series devices will be the first to join the activity. After successful testing of the Beta firmware on various Galaxy flagships, the Korean tech giant will deliver the Stable One UI 5.0, starting later this year.

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Talking about the One UI 5.1, the upcoming Galaxy S flagship lineup is expected to feature this new version atop Android 13, similar to the One UI 5.0. The Galaxy S23 series will launch sometime in February or March next year, Samsung has enough time to make One UI 5.0 skin even better and present One UI 5.1.

New Features?

With the One UI 5.0, Samsung’s first aim is to adapt the new Android 13 operating system for Galaxy devices. It’s not true that the 5.0 version won’t bring any new features or changes, but the One UI 5.1 will be wholly amazing, I’m sure!

Last year, the company introduced the Android 12-based One UI 4.0 software, first to the Galaxy S21 series. The major OS upgrade delivered various new features and minor user interface tweaks, however, the One UI 4.1 arrived with a lot of user-friendly features, and of course with a big changelog.

Currently, we are not aware when Samsung will start the Android 13-based One UI 5 Beta program, however, the Stable release timeline is almost confirmed to be later this year. What do you think about the One UI 5.1 version, will it really be better than the One UI 5.0? Feel free to share your thought with us through social media!

Samsung One UI 5.1 Version

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