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June 2022 Security Patch for Samsung Galaxy S21

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Recently Samsung rolled out a new firmware update for Galaxy S21 Plus for June 2022. We have seen continuous updates for Samsung’s Galaxy S21, S22, and S21+, as one would expect from their prime series. Here is the recent update history. We have seen a recent update released in Germany, which is G996BXXU5CVEB.

Although Samsung has rolled out these updates for the Galaxy S21 trio, it has only been seen in a few regions. This time it’s Germany and expected to roll out soon in other regions as Samsung usually pushes its updates to all its sister series devices simultaneously.

This OTA seems to be a security patch, just regular updates. Not much to add here. Some users are starting to post their updates here.

If you are not getting updated, you might want to check the option for software update in your phone settings. Also, make sure that you are connected to wifi to get a better experience, avoid network carrier charges, and make sure your phone is charged, for updates may take time.

Samsung Galaxy S21+ sports Mali G78 MP14/Adreno 660, octa-core Snapdragon 888 5nm/Exynos 2100 5nm, Android 11, and One Ui 3.1 out of the box, with four promising updates from Samsung.


Harsh is a seasoned technology enthusiast with a deep passion for Android. Since its announcement in 2007, he has closely followed the evolution of this operating system, gaining a comprehensive understanding of its features and capabilities. His background in Android, IT, and Journalism has equipped him with the skills to analyze and present complex technological concepts in a clear and engaging manner. As the Editor-in-Chief at Samlover.com, Harsh is dedicated to sharing his knowledge and experiences about Android, services, and applications with the world.

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Galaxy Buds 3 Pro Leak Hints at New Design Similar to Apple’s AirPods

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Samsung hardly misses the chance to surprise its fan community by offering new designs for its products. Finally, the upcoming Galaxy Buds 3 Pro image leaked for the first time, even before the official launch. 

The Galaxy Buds 3 Pro is supposed to debut at the Galaxy Unpacked Event in July, and it appears to have a completely new design with a stem, similar to Apple’s AirPods lineup. A well-known tipster on shared the first image of what seems to be the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro. It seems that it brings a completely revamped design to the Galaxy Buds series. 

The leaked photo suggests that the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro appears to have a stem, similar to the AirPods and the AirPods Pro. The leaked image reveals silicone ear tips. Although the image is masked with a mosaic pattern, the full design of the upcoming buds is visible. Previously, it was reported that the Galaxy Buds 3 would have a stem to upgrade battery life and voice call quality. 

It was already rumored that the upcoming Galaxy Buds 3 will have a dual-driver design and Bluetooth 5.4 connectivity. It will feature a 24-bit 96KHz audio transmission via a high-end audio codec. This time, the giant could also upgrade the ruggedness of the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro, as it features an IP57 rating for dust and water resistance. Samsung could offer ‘Blade Lights’ which could be an LED light strip on the outside, adaptive ANC, adaptive EQ, ambient sound, and up to 30 hours of battery life on a single charge. 

The non-Pro version of the Galaxy Buds 3 could also feature the same design except for the brand-new Blade Lights feature. If the leaks are to be believed, the Galaxy Buds 3 has a single-driver audio setup, Bluetooth 5.4, 24-bit 96KHz audio transmission, and ANC. 

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Samsung Announces New 2024 Odyssey OLED, Smart Monitor, & ViewFinity

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Samsung Electronics announced the global debut of its 2024 Odyssey OLED gaming monitor, Smart Monitor, and ViewFinity monitor series. 

Samsung is releasing upgraded monitors, coupled with new features that people will want, including unexpected ones. This will surely provide a better experience without any terms or conditions. The Odyssey series features the best OLED picture quality and AI tools. Whereas the Smart Monitor series features improved entertainment features and AI, and the ViewFinity lineup gets better connectivity, The 2024 Odyssey OLED models expand Samsung’s offerings of upcoming OLED performance with the new Odyssey OLED G8 (G80SD) and Odyssey OLED G6 (G60SD) models. 

Odyssey OLED G8 

The Odyssey OLED G8 features a flat 32-inch OLED gaming monitor along with a refresh rate of 240Hz, 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) resolution, a 16:9 aspect ratio, and a 0.03 ms gray-to-gray GTG response time for seamless and responsive gameplay. It is Samsung’s first OLED gaming monitor powered by AI. The NQ8 AI Gen3 chipset, which is the same processor Samsung uses in its 2024 8K TV, upscales content to nearly 4K while using the Samsung Gaming Hub. 

Odyssey OLED G6 

On the other hand, the Odyssey OLED G6 features a 27-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) resolution monitor along with a refresh rate of 360 Hz, support for a 16:9 ratio, and a 0.03 ms GTG response time, making it easy for gamers to keep up with fast-moving gameplay. 

Both Odyssey OLED G8 and OLED G6 deliver OLED picture quality with a brightness of 250 nits (Typ.), while FreeSync Premium Pro keeps the GPU and display panel synced up to eliminate choppiness, screen lag, and screen tearing. The monitors feature a slim metal design and ambient lighting that matches the on-screen content. 

The Korean giant has upgraded its Smart Monitor lineup with new features for entertainment and productivity. The M8 is the top model with a powerful AI processor for upscaling content. The brand offered it built-in speakers, a camera for video calls, and a feature that tracks your workout data from a Galaxy watch. All the new smart monitors have a workout tracker and offer access to streaming services through Samsung TV Plus without even requiring a separate device. 

The M7 is available in 32-inch and 43-inch sizes with 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) resolution, a brightness of 300 nits (Typ), and a gray-to-gray (GTG) response time of 4 ms. The M5 is available in 27-inch and 32-inch sizes, with FHD resolution (1920 x 1080), a brightness of 250 nits, and a GTG response time of 4 ms. 

2024 ViewFinity Monitor 

Samsung’s 2024 ViewFinity monitor series is eco-friendly and features recycled plastic and minimal chemicals. All models offer HDR10 and 1 billion colors to enhance the viewing experience. Three variants are holding up their specific specs, as mentioned below: 

  • ViewFinity S8 features a 27-inch or 32-inch display with 4K UHD, a refresh rate of 60Hz, a USB hub, and a height-adjustable stand; the S80UD model adds a KVM switch; and a 90W USB-C charging. 
  • The ViewFinity S7 features a 27-inch and 32-inch QHD display with a refresh rate of 100Hz, a USB hub, and a height-adjustable stand. The S60UD model adds a KVM switch and 90W USB-C charging. 

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Samsung Galaxy Ring US Sale Details Disclosed by California Court

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The wait is over. Finally, Samsung unfolds when the awaiting Galaxy Ring will go on sale in the US. 

The Korean giant is all set to open up a new series of smart wearable gadgets named Galaxy Ring, which will take the floor at the next Galaxy Unpacked event in July. The confirmation of when the Galaxy Ring will go on sale in the United States and the rest of the global markets has come from a rather unusual place, where the giant has mentioned the expected timeline for the device’s release. 

It has already been reported that Samsung has filed a legal lawsuit against Oura to avoid any future challenges from the smart ring manufacturer over supposed patent infringement by the Galaxy Ring. The brand has mentioned in its lawsuit that it will begin mass production of the Galaxy Ring by mid-June 2024. 

It distantly mentioned that “Samsung will be selling the Galaxy Ring in the United States in or around August of this year.” This timeline makes sense, as Samsung is slated to officially debut the Galaxy Ring at its launch event on July 10 in Paris, France. This hints that the pre-order period could be up to four weeks before customers ultimately get the Galaxy Ring on their finger. 

However, Samsung has yet to unveil the price for the forthcoming Galaxy Ring, but if the reports are believed, it could cost between $300 and $350 in the US. As per the convenience of customers in figuring out the correct ring size before they order the device, the giant has also developed an intelligent way, making the process quite easier for those who may be buying a smart ring for the first time. 

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