Samsung has launched its Galaxy Buds Pro in the month of January 14, 2021, along with the Galaxy S21 series at the Galaxy unpacked event. The Galaxy Buds Pro is an upgraded version of the Galaxy Buds Live, after the successor of this earbud the company has revealed the new version with the name Galaxy Buds Pro.
Now the company has started rolling out the latest firmware update to Galaxy Buds Pro users. The USA users of this product have already got this update in the last week and now the Galaxy Buds Pro international model is getting the same update with version number R190XXU0AUB3.
According to the changelog, this update improved the Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and Ambient Sound was increased. Apart from these the firmware update optimizes system stability and reliability improvements. The all-new firmware update comes with a package size of 2MB and it can be downloaded via the Galaxy Wearable app. If once you received this update download it as soon as possible to improves the performance of the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro.
Software information of the Galaxy Buds Pro:
How to Update the Galaxy Buds Pro?
- Open the Galaxy Wearable app on your device
- Tap the Earbuds update option
- Tap the Download or install option
- Downloaded it.
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Galaxy S23 Ultra surely features with 200MP camera sensor along with the SD 8 Gen 2
The Samsung Galaxy S23 series is almost ready for release, and model details have been steadily leaked. According to the latest reports, the Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone will undoubtedly include a 200MP camera sensor that will work with the new generation Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.
The Galaxy S23 is a highly anticipated flagship series that will be released by Samsung at the start of the next year. The South Korean tech giant will continue on its previous path, releasing three models: the Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra. The S23 Ultra is the premium model of this series.
According to the well-known Twitter tipster @UniverseIce, the Galaxy S23 series could be launched with a superior camera feature that supports a 200MP primary camera sensor which is the main highlight of the device, a 50MP secondary camera sensor, and a 12MP camera sensor to take image quality to the next level.
The tipster has shared that the image quality will improve with resolutions of 3000*4000, 6120*8160, and 12240*16320 and an aperture of f/1.7. We’ve been hearing for a while that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will be the best camera phone, with a 200MP camera sensor, and now the paper details provide one more evidence about this.
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Furthermore, it has been revealed that Samsung has developed two 200MP camera sensors, namely the Samsung ISOCELL HP1 and ISOCELL HP3. According to the report, Motorola has formed a partnership with Samsung to launch the X30 Pro and Edge 30 Ultra with Samsung’s ISOCELL HP1 sensor. As a result, we anticipate that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will include the ISOCELL HP3.
Galaxy S23 series leaked key features:
According to previously leaked information, Samsung has made no significant changes to the upcoming Galaxy S23 series. We’ll see the previous generation lineup, which may have a similar design. The body structure of the models is very similar to the S22 series, with only minor differences, and the device borders are very thin in comparison to the S22 series.
The whole screen design of the Galaxy S23 series will use a hyperbolic screen solution with a very high screen ratio. The device supports a 200MP camera sensor, as well as the new generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, which improves device gaming performance, app performance, and image quality.
Once again the S Pen will be found at the bottom of the Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone, with enhanced features over the previous generation S Pen. The device is also expected to be updated with the battery stage and to support the 45W fired charging system.
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Samsung Galaxy F04s has passed BIS certification
According to reports, Samsung may soon launch the mid-range F series smartphone Galaxy F04s soon. However, no one has much information available about it. Nor is the release date unknown. But the device has appeared on the BIS certification website.
According to the BIS website, the model number of the Samsung Galaxy F04s is SM-E045F/DS. From the information on the Wi-Fi Alliance website, the machine supports 2.4GHz single-band Wi-Fi.
Pricebaba reports that the Device is equipped with Android 12 system, which is expected to be One UI 4.1 core. MySmartPrice reports that the Galaxy F04s is expected to use a 6.5-inch IPS LCD screen with 20:9 screen ratio, support for HD+ resolution and 90Hz refresh rate.
Samsung will soon release the new firmware for the Galaxy Watch 4, which will fix numerous issues
Following the release of One UI Watch 4.5, Samsung has taken a long time to release the new software update for Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic users. However, when the company released the latest update for the Galaxy Watch 4 series, users discovered numerous issues and reported them to the company’s official forum. Now, the company has stopped this firmware and will release new software for the Galaxy Watch 4 series that will address the issues.
Samsung has released a new update with the build number R8xxXXU1GVI3 for the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. Both smartwatch users reported that the update was unusable after installing it and that it arrived with some issues. Users are also experiencing watch start issues with this version, and there is no option to reboot.
Some users have experienced a battery warning, and the watch has displayed that you must plug in your smartwatch to start the watch. So, it is an unusual update for wristwatch users that has caused a slew of issues. Well, not all users are experiencing these issues, but they have occurred in some countries.
Galaxy Watch 4 next update will be the improvement:
The update is available for all users, but the issue does not appear for everyone. The latest update has arrived with these problems in UAE, Netherlands, and more countries, that’s why Samsung has stopped the rollout. The company is currently getting ready to deploy the updated software for the Galaxy Watch 4 series, but no one is aware of an exact release date.
We hope that Samsung addresses all of these issues and fixes them as soon as possible with the new OTA. If you own a Galaxy Watch 4 and your smartwatch is running the above-mentioned build, be aware that the next update is on its way, and keep in mind you do not turn off your smartwatch.
“We are aware that a limited number of Galaxy Watch 4 series models are not turning on following a recent software (VI3) update,” a Samsung spokesperson said. We have paused the update and will soon release new software. We advise customers who have encountered this problem with their Galaxy Watch 4 series to visit their nearest Samsung service center.”
Keep in mind with the Galaxy Watch 4 build R8xxXXU1GVI3:
- If you do not install the above-mentioned version on your smartwatch, you will have to wait for the next update.
- If you have installed this version, do not turn off your smartwatch.
- Also, keep in mind that the device battery will drain quickly, so keep an eye on watch batteries and charge them on a regular basis.
- If your smartwatch isn’t working and you’re having trouble turning it on, take it to a Samsung service center.
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