Samsung S21 Ultra Series National Bank Opens Android 13 / One UI 5.0 Beta Test
According to the feedback of netizens, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Galaxy S21 + Galaxy S21 Ultra has supported the priority experience of the new OS, the Galaxy S21 / S21 + / S21 Ultra version and the new feature Galaxy UX made exclusively for Android 13. Have used the One UI beta program to experience. Mainly applies to the unlocked version of the Samsung S21 series.
Samsung reminds us that due to the nature of beta releases, unexpected errors can occur, please be sure to back up important data. Some features may not work properly in some applications. Some apps are not available in the current One UI 5 beta version.
To participate in this test, you need to upgrade the “Galaxy Community” app to the latest version, and you will not be able to participate in the test normally if you use the old version to register. The Samsung Galaxy community wants feedback on the Android 13 operating system interface. Users can install the One UI beta version, use the beta version features extensively and hope to experience joy, and then allow Samsung to gain an opinion on the performance, stability, and usability of that version.
DNS has learned that the Samsung One UI 5 update brings new features such as more styles of the palette, home screen overlay widgets, caller information settings, and app notification settings.
Google Play Games Beta Now Available for Galaxy Laptops in Europe
Android games are getting better and bigger. Some games look like they were made for consoles, and we often want to play them on a bigger screen with better specs. Google Play Games for PC is now available in Europe and New Zealand.
Google Play Games Beta for PC is now available in more countries. You can now play your favorite Android games on your PC, even if you don’t have a Samsung Galaxy Book. The beta is available in all of Europe and New Zealand, as well as 42 other countries. To find out if your country is supported, visit the Google Play Games website.
You can’t use a gaming controller with Google Play Games Beta for PC
Google Play Games Beta for PC is now available in most European countries, with a library of over 100 games, including 1945 Air Force, Blade Idle, and Cookie Run: Kingdom. Google will add more games as the service expands, but not every European nation is getting the beta. To check if your country is supported, visit the Google Play Games website.
Here are the minimum computer requirements for Google Play Games Beta for PC:
- Operating System: Windows 10
- Storage: SSD with at least 10GB of storage available
- Graphics: Intel UHD Graphics 630 GPU
- CPU: 4-core CPU
- RAM: 8GB
- Admin Access: Windows admin access is required to turn on the hardware virtualization feature.
- Controller Support: Controllers do not currently work with Google Play Games for PC, as the games are only optimized for keyboard use.
You can download it from the Google Play website. To be eligible for the beta, you must have a personal Google Account and be 18 years of age or older. Once you have downloaded and installed the beta, you can start playing your favorite Android games on your computer.
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Samsung is not regular for Galaxy Watch software updates
The popularity of Samsung’s smartwatch has increased since the company left the Tizen OS operating system and tied up with Google’s Wear OS system. Samsung’s first Wear OS smartwatch was the Galaxy Watch 4 which was very popular in the market. But somewhere Samsung is not regular to roll out the new software updates for the Galaxy Watches as compared to the Galaxy smartphones.
As we know, the software section of Samsung is very big and great, the company has rolled out new features, fixes, improvements and much more with the OTA for older Galaxy devices. But what about the Galaxy Smartwatches? I am not targeting only the Galaxy Watch 4 series, the company has also lacked to send the new software update for the Galaxy Watch 5 series, which is the new generation wearable device of the company.
As we have seen, Samsung has rollout software updates every month for most of the Galaxy smartphones, in which the users have received new features, device stability improvements, monthly security patches and much more. On the other hand, the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 5 are not able to get the monthly patches.
However, they said that the Galaxy smartwatches do not require monthly patch updates. That is why there is no schedule by the company to roll out the firmware update for the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 5 every month. On the other hand, the company has only pushed the Wear OS update for the Galaxy Watches which is a major update for users which brings the new features, fixes known issue bugs and turned with the new Wear OS version.
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Samsung Pay will start charging credit card companies
Apple Pay launched in Korea, prompting Samsung Pay to shift its strategy. Samsung Pay is currently free for both consumers and credit card companies, but like Apple, Samsung also plans to start charging credit card companies.
Business Korea reported that Samsung Electronics informed all credit card companies in Korea that it will no longer offer Samsung Pay for free. Samsung Pay has been free for banks and Galaxy phone users since its launch in 2015, but Samsung will now begin charging credit card companies a small fee in South Korea, and this change is expected to apply to all markets worldwide where Samsung Pay is available.
Credit card companies, who have promoted Samsung Pay to over 16 million users for the past eight years, were reportedly surprised by Samsung’s decision to charge for the service. In response, they may have to reduce benefits provided to users to cut costs. While the South Korean government considers company contracts to be autonomous, it may intervene if the new charges are ultimately passed on to consumers.
Insiders in the financial industry are speculating that Samsung’s decision to charge for Samsung Pay may be linked to the recent launch of Apple Pay in South Korea. A credit card company executive suggested that Samsung may have felt compelled to act due to other credit card issuers planning to launch Apple Pay, and may have questioned why credit card companies should pay for the service when merchants already pay for Samsung Pay.
According to some analysts, Samsung may be attempting to leverage its decision to charge credit card companies for Samsung Pay as a negotiating tactic to pressure those who have not yet adopted Apple Pay. However, a representative from Samsung Electronics stated that no final decision has been made regarding Samsung Pay. Market analysts predict that Samsung will initiate negotiations with credit card companies on this matter by August 10th.
According to reports from various news sources, Samsung is taking steps to counter the competition from Apple Pay in South Korea. One such measure is the collaboration between Samsung Pay and Naver Pay, which will allow users to make online payments through Samsung Pay. In addition, Samsung is planning to activate Samsung Pay on the Galaxy Watch in South Korea to compete with Apple Pay. These moves are seen as part of Samsung’s strategy to maintain its position in the mobile payment market in the face of increasing competition.
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