Samsung is reportedly making good on its promises to keep its latest tablets updated to Google's most recent mobile OS version and as discovered recently by an XDA-Developers forum member, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is now officially making the jump to Android 9 Pie, at least in France where the firmware carries the "XEF" CSC code.
The Galaxy S10 5G comes with separate antennas to switch from 5G to 4G in areas where the 5G signal isn't strong enough. Interestingly though, Sharp is aiming to decrease the phone size instead when the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X unfold to expand the screen space. But as per the cited source, the data connection is dropped entirely in some cases, despite Samsung offering several updates to resolve this behavior.
Samsung is aware of this, and is working to fix it with a new software update.
Every year, when Samsung releases its new Galaxy phones, it also launches some upgrade programme, that offers discounts to people who move from older generation phones to the new Galaxy.
The Fold launches in the U.S. on April 26th in select AT&T, T-Mobile, Best Buy, and Samsung Experience Stores, and will be available in Cosmo Black, Space Silver, Astro Blue, and Martian Green. Some are already thinking about potential issues with the device itself, though for now, no evidence has been provided in this regard. A report from Business Korea says that Galaxy S10 5G users are complaining about data issues, but the carriers and Samsung claim that there isn't much they can do to resolve the problem.
We noticed a tremendous improvement in performance of the fingerprint sensor post update.