Last week, it was reported that Samsung has paused rolling out the One UI 3.1 update for the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE. Many believed that the update was pulled due to a technical issue. But as it turns out, there weren’t any technical issues involved in the rollout.
Right now, Samsung has resumed the rollout for the One UI 3.1 for the Galaxy S20 FE. The firmware number remains the same, which means that there were no technical issues.
Now that there are plenty of different 5G models available in the market, it’s time to figure out which ones of these people enjoy using the most. Thankfully, this is what Ookla and research firm M Science focused on in their latest study. And as they discovered, the US is actually a nation of iPhone users.
The two researchers turned into usage and sales numbers for 5G devices in the country to determine the most popular 5G device. And according to their research, the most popular 5G phone in 49 out of 50 states is the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The only deviance out of the US states is Vermont, which marks the iPhone 12 Pro as the most popular 5G device.
Out of the different models available, the top five most popular 5G phones are:
Last month, Samsung released the Android 11 update for its Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ devices. Unfortunately, not everyone was able to receive the update right away. There were some Verizon customers who had to wait a few more weeks before they started to receive the update.
AT&T customers even had to wait longer for the update to arrive. While other users have been able to enjoy their updated devices for a month already, AT&T users are only getting the update today. And this particular update is for the Galaxy Tab S7 5G model with code SM-T878U.
Back in December, Samsung released its Android 11 update with One UI 3.0 for the Galaxy S20 FE 4G and 5G models. And recently, the smartphone manufacturer has started rolling out One UI 3.1 update for the 5G variant in Europe. A new update, however, shows that the rollout was paused.
The new update, called G781BXXU2CUB5, includes the latest February 2021 security patch and several new features. The update brings changes to the Calendar, Camera, Gallery, Multi-window, Reminder, Samsung Free, Share Sheet, and Social Platform.
The update has rolled out in a number of European countries, such as Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Romania, Greece, Spain, Czech Republic, Nordic, Switzerland, France, Italy, Portugal, Poland, Baltic, Slovenia, and the United Kingdom.
Xfinity Mobile has just unveiled a number of new phone deals that they are offering.
Today’s announcements include a new iPhone SE deal, a $400 discount on a Samsung Galaxy S21 5G smartphone, and a $25 BYOD credit.
iPhone SE On Us Offer
The first promotion that Xfinity Mobile is running is a free iPhone SE 64B variant exclusively for switchers. In order to get the free phone, you will need to sign up for a 24-month Device Payment Plan Agreement. This will allow you to get the device for free through a monthly account credit.
Samsung has been busy updating its flagship devices for quite some time now. It has been upgrading high-end models to the latest Android 11 OS.
But it looks like Samsung is not only concentrating on flagship models. As a matter of fact, it has turned its attention to a one-year old device, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite. Reports reveal that they are currently updating this smartphone to the latest OS.
When Samsung unleashed the Galaxy Note 10 Lite last year, it originally ran on Android 10 OS out of the box. Now that it is being updated to the latest OS version, it makes it the first update for this device.
This week, Samsung took the wraps off of its latest flagship series, the Galaxy S21.
Under the lineup, the South Korean smartphone manufacturer introduced three smartphone models along with their specs. These three devices contain the latest Qualcomm flagship chip, the Snapdragon 888. They also feature Qualcomm’s newest Gen 2 ultrasonic in-display fingerprint reader, which offers 70% larger sensing area and is said to be 50% faster.
Back in 2017, Samsung introduced a new program called Upcycling. Through this program, customers can turn in an older Galaxy phone so that it could be repurposed. Today at CES 2019, however, the South Korean manufacturer revealed that its Upcycling program can now be used to swap a Galaxy phone into an IoT device (Internet of Things).
Roughly, IoT refers to the different devices that can be hooked to the Internet. Some other technologies being featured include network connection support, sensors, actuators, and software. What this means is that you can trade in your old Galaxy device into a new fitness tracker or smart speaker to help make your rides a lot more bearable.
Boost Mobile has just launched a new $40 unlimited plan with a free phone bundle. This is a great offer for anyone looking for a new plan and a free phone.
Included in the offer is a free Samsung Galaxy A21 and the $50/month unlimited plan under T-Mobile’s network. The plan includes unlimited calls, texts, and data but with a 35GB monthly high-speed threshold. Once this number is reached, the data speed gets reduced to 2G. Other features included in the plan are 50 domestic voice roaming minutes, 12GB mobile hotspot, 480p video streaming, 2Mbps gaming, and 500Kbps music streaming.
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