Samsung has delivered another firmware update for the Galaxy S21 series. Surely, the new leader trio presently can’t seem to arrive at clients however the company has just revealed a first firmware update fully expecting the telephone’s unavoidable market discharge, while a second rollout is currently occurring for the Galaxy S21 lineup in countless districts.
Given that the Galaxy S21 arrangement still can’t seem to hit the market, subtleties on the second update’s changelog are nonexistent however we can speculate and accept that both firmware refreshes that got delivered so far are intended to resolve any wrinkles gave up during the Galaxy S21/One UI 3.1 advancement measure.
The Galaxy S21 flagship trio is accessible for pre-request and it will begin delivery to clients not long from now on January 29. The setup runs Android 11 and One UI 3.1, and the firmware is practically finished, however there are a couple of bugs that should be tended to.
SmartThings, for instance, doesn’t appear to be working too well on the Galaxy S21 Ultra running pre-discharge firmware, prompting enormous battery life misfortunes.
While it’s unclear what changes the new update has introduced with the Galaxy S21 series, the new firmware (versions G991BXXU1AUAB/G996BXXU1AUAB and G998BXXU1AUAC) will be hanging tight for clients after unboxing the telephones, expecting an even more up to date update won’t be delivered by Samsung before at that point.
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