Samsung just unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3, the third generation of their foldable flagship devices. The Snapdragon 888 5G SoC powers the gadget, which runs Android 11 out of the box.
In terms of the One UI version, it’s expected that the foldable devices would ship with One UI 3.1.1 rather than 3.5. Until the OEM distributes the devices, the One UI version for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is unknown.
On the update front, the gadget is slated to receive three major Android OS updates, with security updates lasting at least four years. This also implies that Android OS support for the devices may be accessible till Android 14.
However, Twitter users have started expressing their dissatisfaction with the smartphone. According to a Twitter post, Ice universe @Universelce, earlier today, questioned: “Do you think Samsung’s current foldable mobile phone strategy is perfect?”
In its explanation regarding the question stated thus: “Obviously not perfect, Samsung’s bet on foldable phones is risky. They are still immature. Many people buy Flip3 only because of the novelty, but in fact, Flip3 cannot be used as a common mobile phone at all. Its battery is too bad. I even need to charge it three times a day.”
“Samsung must take this into consideration. It is the freshness that supports Flip3 and Fold3. So, this freshness will disappear sooner or later, and Samsung’s mobile phone business will face a disaster. What Samsung needs to do is to strengthen the practicality of Flip and Fold3, reduce creases, enhance the camera, and improve battery life. and many more.” The Twitter post added.
When Android 12 is released later this year, the device will undoubtedly receive the update to One UI 4.0, which is based on Android 12. As a result, we’ll keep track of any major and small software upgrades for the Galaxy Z Flip 3 as they become available.
While Samsung has recently been on top of its software update game, glitches, faults, and problems are unavoidable. Furthermore, it is usual for all major software systems, including One UI, to have a few issues now and again as long as they are addressed.