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Android 13 QPR3 Beta 3.2 rolls out ahead of June 2023 Feature Drop

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Google starts rolling out the Android 13 QPR3 Beta 3.2 update to Pixel smartphones. All of the changes that the company made during its QPR3 Beta activity will be rolled out as part of its next Feature Drop in June 2023. It will further boost Android 14’s development and testing.

According to the changelog, the Android 13 QPR3 Beta 3.2 brings fixes for a number of bugs related to connectivity. In addition, it provides a solution to the issue in which the system UI that caused windows to stop receiving touch input or to receive touch input in the wrong location.

Moreover, the latest Android 13 Beta firmware includes fixes for the issue, which could prevent a SIM card from being detected properly or from being activated during phone setup. The problem of unexpected dips with cellular connectivity speeds or reliability has also been fixed.

Android 13 QPR3 Beta 3.2 Changelog

  • Fixed an input synchronization issue with the system UI that caused windows to stop receiving touch input or to receive touch input in the wrong location.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause calls over Wi-Fi to disconnect unexpectedly.
  • Fixed issue that could prevent a SIM card from being detected properly or from being activated during phone setup.
  • Fixed an issue where a device could fail to register IMS over Wi-Fi when leaving LTE coverage and entering Wi-Fi coverage.
  • Fixed issues that caused unexpected dips with cellular connectivity speeds or reliability.

Google says, if you’re already running a QPR3 beta build, you’ll automatically receive an over-the-air (OTA) update to Beta 3.2. Earlier this month, Pixel phones received the Android 13 QPR3 Beta 3.1 update, which mainly brought fixes to a number of issues, check below:

Beta 3.1 Changelog

  • Fixed various stability issues.
  • Fixed an issue that caused the first notification in the notification shade to get stuck with an offset.
  • Fixed a memory leak that affected the system UI.
  • Fixed an issue where the volume level that was set while TalkBack was enabled did not persist after toggling TalkBack off and on again.
  • Fixed issues with the system UI that sometimes caused apps to crash.
  • Fixed issues that could cause a device to crash when using the camera.
  • Fixed issues that sometimes caused excessive power drain.

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9th Samsung Galaxy Ring variant surfaces

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So it’s now almost confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Ring would be available in 9 sizes. Earlier, the company’s upcoming smart device was spotted in 8 variants. Now, the latest listing confirms the existence of the ninth version, which was missing in the past.

As spotted by 91mobiles, the 9th model of Samsung Galaxy Ring has now been spotted on Bluetooth SIG certification. Notably, the ninth Galaxy Ring variant (model number SM-Q503) brings support for Bluetooth 5.4, aligning with the rumors we’ve heard in the past.

Ring variants denote different sizes of Samsung’s upcoming wearable device, making a praiseworthy array for consumers. The South Korean tech giant unveiled the Galaxy Ring at the Mobile World Congress. It is expected to be launched at the Galaxy Unpacked in July.

The South Korean tech giant is expected to launch the Galaxy Ring in three color options including Ceramic Black, Platinum Silver, and Gold. Additionally, the largest Ring model is slated to have a larger battery than the remaining variants.

Samsung Galaxy Ring

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Samsung drops Best Buy, Qualcomm from top five customers

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Samsung recently revealed changes in its top five customers for the first quarter of 2024. Samsung dropped US-based Qualcomm and Best Buy from its top five clients and joined Chinese semiconductor suppliers Digitimes report.

According to the info, US-based Qualcomm and Best Buy are no longer in Samsung’s top 5 clients in 2024. The South Korean tech giant has added two new firms to its list of five top clients, per the quarterly report announced yesterday.

The company has listed Hong Kong-based Techtronics and Singapore-based Supreme Electronics. These firms retail chips in China, which replaced Qualcomm and Best Buy in the company’s top five customer list.

In the first quarter, Apple, Deutsch Telekom, Techtronics, Supreme Electronics and Verizon were Samsung’s top 5 clients. The five customers accounted for 13 percent of Samsung’s quarterly revenue.

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Samsung devices renewed with Galaxy AI features [List]

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Galaxy AI has many features that make flagship Samsung phones like new. Debuted with the Galaxy S24 series, Samsung’s Galaxy AI innovation is rolling out to recent premium phones, foldables, and tablets.

Last month, Samsung upgraded all the 2023 flagship phones, tablets, and foldables with Galaxy AI features. Earlier this month, the company further expanded the AI features with One UI 6.1 update to flagships released in 2022.

Galaxy AI brings both on-device and cloud-based artificial intelligence features. Google smartphone users are feeling robbed as they are not getting the AI advancements that the company announced with the Pixel 8 Pro.

Samsung’s Galaxy AI brings many cool features such as Live Translate, Interpreter, Generative Edit, Note Assist, Browsing Assist, Video Editor, Generative Wallpaper, and Circle to Search by Google.

Samsung devices renewed w/ Galaxy AI features

Galaxy S23 series, Galaxy Z Flip 5, Galaxy Z Fold 5, and Galaxy Tab S9 series benefited in the first phase of rollout. However, the second phase of Galaxy AI has just resumed after a slight break to the Galaxy S22 series.

While the Galaxy S23 and other 2023 models have widely received the update, the Galaxy S22’s rollout has just started. Initially available in South Korea, the AI-packed One UI upgrade will soon be available on your handset.

Galaxy S Series

  • Galaxy S24 Series
    • S24, S24 Plus and S24 Ultra
  • Galaxy S23 Series
    • S23, S23 Plus and S23 Ultra
  • Galaxy S22 Series
    • S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra

Galaxy Z Series

  • Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Fold 4
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Z Flip 4

Galaxy Tab Series

  • Galaxy Tab S9 Series
    • Tab S9, Tab S9 Plus and Tab S9 Ultra
  • Galaxy Tab S8 Series
    • Tab S8, Tab S8 Plus and Tab S8 Ultra

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