Samsung Galaxy Fold and Note 10 Series got the Stable One UI4 Update

by Ijlala Maqbool
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The last few days were hectic for Samsung. The company has released stable One UI 4 updates on some of its powerful smartphones, but these updates weren’t regular. At the last minute, a specific issue was discovered that caused incompatibilities with Google Play. The Korean company had to work with Google during the holidays to solve this problem. After resolving the case, the company resumed stable updates of the Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy Z Fold3, and Galaxy Z Flip3.

Currently, a few hours before the end of 2021, the company is rolling out a stable One UI 4 update in both 4G and 5G variations of the original Samsung Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Note 10 series.

A few days ago, Samsung announced that the One UI 4 Beta would not reach the Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy Note 10 Plus. Users thought the next update would be stable. Surprisingly, the company launched this stable release just days after its announcement.

Meanwhile, the company has also launched a stable One UI 4 for Samsung Galaxy Z Fold. Folding in 2019 was the start of the company’s competition to conquer the foldable smartphone segment. This device was initially released on Android 10 based on One UI 2 but is getting the second central Android 12.

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