The South Korean firm Samsung is currently working on the next generation of its Galaxy Z Foldable series. The internet is already started to flood with leaks and rumors of these upcoming foldable devices. Unfortunately, the company hasn’t shared a single word regarding them. However, we have recently got some reliable clues that confirm these devices’ OS and UI versions. So, let’s take a look at those hints.
Let us tell you the future Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 devices have recently been spotted in Samsung’s server with firmware versions F946NKSU0AWD5 and F731NKSU0AWD5, respectively. It shows that the company is testing future foldable devices with One UI version 5.1.1. Particularly, the spotted devices have model no. SM-F946N and SM-F731N, which indicates these are their South Korean variant of them.
Informatively, the One UI 5.1.1 update, with which the future Galaxy foldable devices have been spotted, will be based on Android version 13. It is the updated version of the latest One UI 5.1 software, and the upcoming foldable devices will be the first ones to get it. Afterward, it will reach other eligible Galaxy devices as well. However, it is unknown what novelties this new One UI update will bring with it to Galaxy devices.
One thing is very clear, this new update will surely bring improvements in all stock applications available on your Galaxy device. Besides, the update will also enhance the Flex Mode and improve the Galaxy Ecosystem. Notably, the One UI 5.1.1-booted Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 devices will make their way to the market in the second half of this year, most probably in August. The company will hold an Unpacked Event for its launch.
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