Samsung smartphone update focuses on Chinese and Korean markets

by admin, Sunday, 19 June 2022 (2 months ago)

Over the years, Samsung has maintained a tremendous pace in system updates. In addition to the major Android operating system and One UI upgrades, Samsung has also released monthly updates for many Galaxy phones and tablets. However, there are reports that Samsung is not very careful about its monthly update log. In this regard (monthly updates), Samsung seems to be focusing more on the Korean and Chinese markets.

Presentation of Samsung India Galaxy A04 & Galaxy A13s

The Galaxy S22 series reportedly received more than 1.5 GB of updates in June. However, the changelog in many areas has only one suggestion. The change log only shows “improving the overall stability of the smartphone“.

In the Korean and Chinese markets, Samsung Mobile Phone System Update always mentions detailed update logs. At this time we can not say why there is a significant difference in the system update log. The Galaxy S22 Ultra recently released the One UI system update. The version number is S9080ZCU2AVF1 / S9080CHC2AVF1 / S9080ZCU2AVF1 and the size of the download package is 1275.47 MB. Like other recent updates, there are no details on what the update brings.

US company accuses Samsung of violating 5 wireless patents

A few days ago, MIMO Research filed a lawsuit in the Eastern District Court of Texas. The company accuses Samsung Electronics of violating five patents in the field of wireless communications. According to reports, MIMO Research classifies the Samsung Galaxy S21 series as infringing devices. The patents include Multi-Output Multi-Output (MIMO) communication devices, dual-band LAN, and other wireless communication methods.

MIMO Research also points out in the lawsuit that Samsung Electronics intentionally infringes on its own patents. In addition, it claims that Samsung infringes on patents in the commercialization, marketing, sales, distribution, testing and servicing of products. MIMO Research is currently seeking a ruling from the court.

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