Soon after Samsung has rolled out One UI 3.0 beta in South Korea, Samsung started rolling it out the same to users in the US. Soon, the update is expected to reach Europe (Germany, Poland, the UK), India and China.
As of now, for those in United States having Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra on T-Mobile seem to be getting the update right now, but that’s likely due to the staged nature of the rollout. Furthermore, You can use the Samsung Members app to subscribe to the beta channel and get this update. On the latest One UI 3.0 beta, you will be trying out Android 11 + One UI 3.0 ahead of other users. Moreover, while trying out the One UI 3.0 beta users should keep in mind that the beta is not free of bugs, but you have the option to roll back if the issues prove too bothersome. Just make sure to back up your data first.
Here’s a screenshot from one Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G user that lists the changelog in full. This update weighs about 3 GB and also includes the October 1 security patch.
Samsung announced its second Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event, where the launch of the Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Z Fold 2 and other products is expected.
This Galaxy Note 20 event will be held entirely online for the first time on August 5 at 10 a.m.Pacific time due to the coronavirus pandemic .
Samsung announced the event on July 7 and began sending invitations to journalists, somewhat confirming the arrival of the Galaxy Note 20 in bronze or copper (the same leaked a few days ago on the company’s own page).
In recent years, the second annual Unpacked has been held in New York at a face-to-face event.
In addition, just as the company did with the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra, Samsung is not expected to present this new generation of Note with the name Galaxy Note 11 as many expected, but would take the numbering 20 to represent launch year.
According to rumors, Samsung would launch three versions of this snartphone and would follow the same naming of the S20: Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Note 20 Plus and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
Among the most anticipated news would be, as usual, new functions in the S Pen, improvements to the cameras and updated specifications.
Rumors indicate that Samsung would abandon the time-of-flight sensor on these phones and that the Galaxy Note 20 may debut the Snapdragon 865 Plus and Exynos 992 processors to offer performance improvements over the S20 and other flagship phones that have already been presented. this year with the Snapdragon 865 processor.
Also, the successor to the Galaxy Fold would come with a name that would be combined with the excellent Galaxy Z Flip that we met a few months ago to be called Galaxy Z Fold 2.
According to rumors, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 would bring a hinge as outstanding as that of the Galaxy Z Flip, an external display with small bezels, and a large internal part without an eyebrow that would greatly enhance the experience of the Samsung flip phone.
During this event, Samsung is also expected to unveil the Galaxy Z Flip 5G. This phone would offer the same benefits of the Galaxy Z Flip that it announced a few months ago, but now with 5G connectivity and the same powerful Snapdragon 865 Plus processor.
Samsung has launched a new device with which you can disinfect your cell phone and other small objects using ultraviolet light.
It is a portable UV sterilization box that, according to Samsung, eliminates 99 percent of the germs and bacteria present on the surface of the devices in 10 minutes, in addition to recharging the battery of compatible devices while disinfecting thanks to an integrated wireless charging system. The box integrates an LED light that allows you to see the state of charge of the device without having to remove it and its dimensions (22.8 x 12.8 x 4.9 cm) allow to disinfect cell phones up to 6.9 inches.
This type of case has not been shown to protect against the coronavirus, the virus that as of July 2, 2020 has infected more than 10 million people worldwide, causing more than 516,000 deaths. On March 11, the World Health Organization officially classified COVID-19 as a pandemic .
This UVC sterilizer is already on sale in Thailand for 1,590 Thai baht, about $ 50 a change and it is currently unknown in which countries it will go on sale.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the model will come with the best features of that series, as it will have a main sensor of 108 megapixels, according to a new leak.
Blogger Roland Quandt, who is known for usually correct reporting, reaffirmed the 108 megapixel for the Note 20 Ultra’s main shooter, noting that this is not new information but reinforcing this feature.
The 108 megapixels in the rear camera of the Note 20 Ultra have been reported for several months ago and it is believed that it will be one of the most relevant feature of the phone that until now does not seem to have any major changes or news compared to the S20 series.
A 108-megapixel sensor is also present in the Galaxy S20 Ultra, but the sensor in the Note 20 Ultra is expected to be better in aspects like zoom. In the photography department, the Note 20 Ultra would also have another 13 megapixel sensor and will eliminate the ToF sensor (used for distance measurement) and opt for a laser auto focus. A third sensor would be 12 megapixels.
Samsung has not commented on the Note 20 series, but it is expected to arrive in two models, with a refined design from that seen with the Note 10 last year, with a new and more capable S Pen, among other improvements.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 will arrive in August direct to screen. Or at least we can presume from alleged images of his design that have been leaked.
The well-known Ice Universe leaker published two computer-made images ( renders ) showing the internal and external design of the Galaxy Fold 2, a new smartphone that Samsung will announce as soon as the first days of August.
The images reveal an internal body with fairly small bezels and an integrated camera on the right side of the screen.
In one of the images, it is shown how the design of the Fold 2 will be on its external part. The main face, which is where the external display is, would have a huge panel compared to the first edition Galaxy Fold. In front there would also be a camera integrated into the external screen.
As for the rear cameras, Samsung would place it in a corner, similar to the distribution that the rear camera of the Galaxy S20 has.
The Galaxy Fold 2 is as the foldable phone that Samsung will announce at an Unpacked event in August is known. It is rumored that the Galaxy Note 20 series, consisting of at least two phones, would also be announced at that event; The Galaxy Z Flip 5G and possible accessories such as headphones and smart watches would be presented.
Samsung has not commented on these products or the rumored event.
Until now, some images showing the alleged design of the Galaxy Note 20 had been circulated, but there was still no information on the “Plus” variant. Thanks to the renowned @OnLeaks leaker, we now have access to the first images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus and, it seems that it can arrive with a rear camera with a very unappealing look.
Considering Steve H. McFly’s history with regard to information about Samsung products, it is safe to say that these images present us with the “almost final” design of the next top of the range. This giant photographic module is certainly not to be liked by many users.
As for the dimensions of the smartphone, there is talk of a 10.7mm thickness with the photographic module and only 7.6mm of the Note 20 Plus body. Therefore, its four rear cameras will have a projection of 3.1 mm.
What we know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus
These images end up confirming several details about your cameras, and confirm the suspicions that its design will be very similar to the Galaxy Note 10. Apparently, its curved screen will continue to be 6.9 “inches and will have the same punch hole positioned in the center.
With regard to your cameras, we have three vertically aligned large sensors, the third of which will have a periscope lens. On the right we have an LED flash, followed by an autofocus module and a fourth sensor (depth).
While we expect to see the Galaxy Note 20 Plus arrive with a new main sensor of 108 megapixels, it seems that the same will not happen with the “normal” model. This should arrive with the same 12MP sensor present on the Galaxy S20.
As for the rest of its specifications, it is believed that its screen will have a 120Hz refresh rate and a 4,000mAh battery. Certainly over the next few weeks, many more details about Samsung’s upcoming range tops will be revealed.