Samsung has launched the beta version of its user interface, One UI 3.0, which relies on Google’s latest operating system, “Android 11” for the second generation of its foldable phones.
And according to what was called by the tech site “gsmarena”, Samsung released the Android 11 operating system for the Galaxy Z Fold2 in South Korea, but soon blocked it after a major bug was discovered that prevented users from unlocking their phones after installation of the update.
At this point, Samsung has resumed the release of the OS version, and the company has released an urgent update for the phone, which is foldable.The new trial version is loaded with the firmware number F916NKSU1ZTKD.
Fix the vulnerability of the phone:
This new version comes with a fix for the loophole that led to the closure of Galaxy Z Fold2 devices, and the new UI area is 190MB, which also includes a security patch for the Android OS in November 2020.
While Samsung is testing the One UI 3.0 UI for the second generation of its Galaxy Z Fold2 phones, the South Korean company has recently closed the pilot program for the Galaxy Note20 series, indicating that the firmware version is imminent due to the UI.
Samsung announced the Galaxy Z Fold2 this year, which is made of all-glass design with a metal frame made of aluminum material, and the phone has a charging type port. Type-C
The Galaxy Z Fold2 comes with two types of the first folding screens, with a size of 6.23 inches Super AMOLED, a screen resolution of 2267 x 819 pixels and a refresh rate of 60 Hz, and the internal screen is 7.6 inches Dynamic AMOLED 2X, With a resolution of 2213 x 1689, with a refresh rate of 120 Hz per second.
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G is powered by a Snapdragon 865+ processor system and is paired with 512 GB of internal memory, 12 GB of random access memory and a 4,500 mAh battery backed by 25 fast wireless charging.
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G is available in only two colors, black and bronze, and costs 2,999 euros (equivalent to 46,899 EGP).