Wondering how the last week of June went for the OEM industry? Well, keep reading because we’re about to find out exactly that. Just like the usual scenes, this week has been fascinating. That being said, you need to invest a few minutes in reading the next article and understanding what made everything so amazing.
Devices lined up for today
Many Pixel devices
Galaxy M11, Galaxy A32, Watch4, Watch4 Classic
RealMe 7 Pro, RealMe 8 Pro, RealMe 9i
Google introduces third beta Android 13 beta 3 to fix many issues
As we head towards the end of the month, Google is releasing a third release for the latest Android 13 Beta 3 release. Just like the previous encounter, this month’s beta has encountered a lot of issues. Seeking to address exactly those, Google has launched a number of variations, and the latest serves a similar purpose.
Keep in mind that the update corresponding to Android 13 beta 3.3 aims to fix bugs. That being said, the same does not bring any new features to the table. To name a few fixes included in the recent firmware release, we have the conflict between keyboard and launcher. Not only that, the new firmware promises to fix the bug that causes gestures like swiping “back” to hang in nothingness.
Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are getting the alleged latest update
Google recently rolled out an update for the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL devices which are believed to be its latest. Currently, two versions are running. The version labeled SP1A.210812.016.B2 is live for owners who use their Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL on Telstra, Optus or Vodafone Australia. On the other hand, everyone will get the firmware labeled SP1A.210812.016.C2.
Speaking of newbies, the update supports VoLTE roaming. Surprisingly, the update does not contain the June security patches.
Samsung rolls out Android 12 update with UI 4.1 for Galaxy M11
Samsung’s One UI 4.1 update continues to work everywhere. This week, it reached Galaxy M11 devices in Vietnam. Although exclusive for users in Vietnam, you can expect the update to hit the global coast very soon.
Speaking of update or new firmware in general, the units are getting an update with build number M115FXXU3CVF6. It features the June 2022 security patch, which is great. If you can’t find the update yet, go to your device’s settings and do a manual search.
Samsung Galaxy A32 prepares for the new update which contains the July 2022 Android security patch
Samsung, as always, is busy rolling out updates to its devices that roll back current-gen security patches. Something similar hit the Galaxy A32 this week as it sees the package containing the June 2022 security patch.
It is crucial to note that the update is exclusive to devices in South Korea. It features firmware version A325NKSU1BVF2 and the specific model designation is SM-A325N.
Samsung Galaxy Wearables Gets Update as Watch4, Watch4 Classic Gain Third Beta of One UI Watch 4.5
In case you remember, Samsung announced the beta release of One UI Watch in May 2022. Since then, the company has successfully released two betas for wearables, and the third one is on the way.
Speaking of the third beta, it should bring a plethora of bug fixes. Not only that, it will feature much-needed optimizations for the Watch4 pair. Improvements to the Watchface GUI as well as wear detection accuracy are some of the main highlights of the upcoming update.
Realme 7 Pro and RealMe 8 Pro Get Realme UI 3.0 full stable update based on Android 12. Along with this, RealMe 9i is getting open beta
Good news! The stable version of RealMe UI 3.0 based on Android 12 is finally here. Who else but RealMe 7 Pro users and RealMe 8 Pro users are ready to enjoy it first.
The corresponding build version for the Realme 7 Pro is labeled as RMX2170_11.F.16. Affected devices must be running version RMX2170_11.C.30 or RMX2170_11.C.32 to receive the update. Conversely, the Realme 8 Pro version contains the build number RMX3081_11.C.18. Speaking of eligible versions, devices must have firmware with version RMX3081_11.A.47 or RMX3081_11.A.48 to get the latest update.
Amidst all this, Realme has also launched the UI 3.0 open beta program exclusively for Realme 9i devices in India. This is excellent news before entering the month of July.
- Asus ROG Phone 3 is getting a stable build of Android 12 (the build is labeled 31.0210.0210.230)
- Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 gets long-awaited Android 12 update (MIUI 126.96.36.199 SGCMIXM weighs around 2.7 GB)
A quick overview
- Google introduces third beta Android 13 beta 3 to fix many issues
- Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are getting the alleged latest update
- Samsung rolls out Android 12 update with UI 4.1 for Galaxy M11
- Samsung Galaxy A32 prepares for the new update which contains the July 2022 Android security patch
- Samsung Galaxy Wearables Gets Update as Watch4, Watch4 Classic Gain Third Beta of One UI Watch 4.5
- Realme 7 Pro and RealMe 8 Pro Get Realme UI 3.0 full stable update based on Android 12. Along with this, RealMe 9i is getting open beta.
That’s all for today. Hope you had a great time learning about the amazing updates from the OEM industry. As we approach July, the grip is tightening on Android 13. That said, the excitement for the weeks ahead is already in the sky.