Samsung has had a particularly busy few days. Several of the company’s flagship smartphones received reliable One UI 4 updates, however these updates were not truly stable. A specific bug affecting incompatibility with Google Play was uncovered at the last minute. During the holidays, the Korean company had to collaborate with Google to resolve the problem. The business resumed the stable update for the Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy Z Fold3, and Galaxy Z Flip3 after resolving the issues. The business is now putting out a stable One UI 4 upgrade for the original Samsung Galaxy Fold, as well as the Galaxy Note 10 series in both 4G and 5G variants, just hours before the end of 2021.
Samsung said a few days ago that no further One UI 4 betas would be available for the Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy Note 10 Plus. Users expected the next update to be the most stable. The corporation began rolling out this stable release just a few days after the announcement, much to our surprise. Meanwhile, Samsung has begun rolling out a stable version of One UI 4 for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold. The company’s race to win the foldable smartphone category began with the 2019 foldable. One UI 2 was pre-installed on the smartphone when it was first released, and it was based on Android 10. Now it’s getting its second major Android 12 update.
One UI 4 might be the end of the line for the Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Note 10 series
The F900FXXU6GUL9 upgrade for Samsung’s first foldable smartphone is based on feedback from users in Frace. The December 2021 security patch is also included in the firmware. According to users in Switzerland, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Plus 4G models are receiving the N97xFXXU7GULD update build. In the meantime, the 5G models are getting version N976BXXU7GULD, which comes with the January 2022 security patch. Samsung has once again surpassed Google in terms of delivering security patches ahead of the originator. For the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series, One UI 4 and Android 12 are anticipated to be the final big updates. Hopefully, Samsung will reconsider and release another update. Since the devices were released in 2020, the business has promised three years of Android updates.
The flagships of 2019 are the last high-end devices to receive the One UI 4.0 update. We anticipate a stable upgrade for the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10e, and S10 5G in the coming days.