One UI 4 (Android 12) will roll out to Galaxy S10, S20 FE, and original Fold
Source: Joe Maring / Android Central
Earlier this week, Samsung launched a stable release of One UI 4 for its best Android phones after fixing a compatibility issue between the update and Google Play.
It has also expanded the distribution to Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy S20, and Galaxy Z Fold 2 phones. Now, the company has started pushing the Android 12 update to a few more devices - including a series Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S20 FE.
As per SamMobile, the One UI 4 update for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 +, and Galaxy S10e will arrive as a G97xFXXUEGULB version.
In addition to a ton of new features and enhancements, the update will also bring the December 2022 Android security package to the trio. For now, the distribution seems to be limited to consumers in Germany. It is worth noting, however, that the Galaxy S10 series is scheduled to receive the One UI 4 update in the US only in February 2022.
The Galaxy S20 FE, which is still among the most popular flagship brands around, has also started getting the One UI 4 stable update. According to XDA Developers, the update will arrive as a G781BXXU4DUL9 version for the 5G version of the phone.
At present, the distribution appears to be restricted to Swiss consumers. The update is likely to expand to consumers in a few more countries in the coming days.
Update (9:00 am ET) - Samsung will launch Galaxy Fold, Z Flip 5G release as well
As pointed out by SamMobile, Samsung has continued to tear down the release of One UI 4. In addition to the S20 FE, S10, Note 20, the original Z Flip 5G and Galaxy Fold have started to get the UI stable as of December 30th.
Currently, the distribution is limited to France, but SamMobile says it will reach other countries "over the next few days." In addition, this update also includes the December security package.
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