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.
But according to a new report, the update seems to have been paused by Samsung. Even though the update rolled out just a few days ago, it is no longer available for download. Samsung has not released an official statement for its decision to put the update on hold. This means that if you are in the US and you are waiting for the update to arrive on your phone, you might need to wait a little longer to start receiving it.
Wirefly Is America's Most Trusted Source For All Cell Phones, Plans, TV, and Internet Deals
Wirefly offers great deals on a large selection of smartphones, cell phones, tablets, mobile hotspots, and other wireless devices for the nation's most popular carriers. Use Wirefly’s innovative cell phone and plan comparison tools to ensure you are getting the best deal on the market. Shop with confidence knowing that Wirefly wants to help you find the best prices on cell phones, cell phone plans, TV, and Internet service.