Are you wondering how the last week of June unfolded for the OEM industry? Well then, keep reading as we’re about to uncover 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 coming post and understand 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 Brings Forward the Third Android Beta 13 Beta 3 to Address Many Issues
As we head towards the end of the month, Google brings forward a third build for the latest Android 13 Beta 3 build. Just like the previous encounter, this month’s beta encountered many issues. Looking to address exactly those, Google has launched a number of variants, and the last one bags a similar purpose.
Keep in mind that the update corresponding to the 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 build, we’ve got the conflict between the keyboard and the launcher. Not just that, the new firmware promises to address the bug that causes the gestures like swiping “back” to crash to nothingness.
Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL Receives the Assumed Last Update Ever
Google has recently launched an update for the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL devices which are assumed to be its last. As of now, two builds are running all in and all out. The build tagged as SP1A.210812.016.B2 is live for the owners who run their Pixel 3 or the Pixel 3 XL on Telstra, Optus, or Vodafone Australia. On the flip end, everyone else will receive the firmware tagged as SP1A.210812.016.C2.
Speaking of the newbies, the update brings support for VoLTE roaming. Surprisingly, the update doesn’t feature the June security patches.
Samsung Rolls Out the Android 12 Update Featuring One UI 4.1 for Galaxy M11
Samsung’s One UI 4.1 update continues to run all around. This week it has reached the Galaxy M11 devices in Vietnam. Although exclusive for the users in Vietnam, you can expect the update to hit the global shore pretty soon.
Talking about the update or the new firmware in general, the units are receiving an update with the build number M115FXXU3CVF6. It features the June 2022 security patch, which is great. If you can’t find the update yet, head over to your device’s Setting and perform a manual search.
Samsung Galaxy A32 Prepares for the New Update That Bags July 2022 Android Security Patch
Samsung, as always, is busy running updates to its devices that bump the current-gen security patches. Something similar has reached Galaxy A32 this week as it sees the package carrying the June 2022 security patch.
It is crucial to note down that the update is exclusive to the devices in South Korea. It features the firmware version as A325NKSU1BVF2, and the specific model designation is SM-A325N.
Samsung Galaxy Wearables Get an Update As Watch4, Watch4 Classic Gain From the Third One UI Watch 4.5 Beta
In case you remember, Samsung announced the One UI Watch beta release in May 2022. Since then, the company has successfully released two beta builds for the wearables, and the third one is about to make an appearance.
Speaking of the third beta, it is set to bring a plethora of bug fixes. Not just that, it will feature some much needed optimizations to the Watch4 pair. The improvements to the Watchface GUI and also the wear detection accuracy are among the prime highlights of the coming update.
Realme 7 Pro and the RealMe 8 Pro Get Android 12-based Realme UI 3.0 Full Stable Update. Alongside that, RealMe 9i Receives the Open Beta
Great News! The stable version of the Android 12-based RealMe UI 3.0 is finally here. Who else but the RealMe 7 Pro users and the RealMe 8 Pro users are set to enjoy it first.
The corresponding build version for the Realme 7 Pro is tagged as RMX2170_11.F.16. The concerned devices should be running the build with version RMX2170_11.C.30 or RMX2170_11.C.32 for receiving the update. On the flip end, the Realme 8 Pro’s build bags the version number RMX3081_11.C.18. Speaking of the eligible builds, the devices should feature firmware with version RMX3081_11.A.47 or RMX3081_11.A.48 to get the latest update.
Amidst all these, Realme has also launched the UI 3.0 open beta program exclusively for the Realme 9i devices in India. Now, that’s amazing news before stepping into the month of July.
- Asus ROG Phone 3 Receives Stable Version of Android 12 (the build is labeled as 31.0210.0210.230)
- Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Gets the Much Awaited Android 12 Update (MIUI 188.8.131.52 SGCMIXM weighs somewhere around 2.7GB)
A Quick Round-Up
- Google Brings Forward the Third Android Beta 13 Beta 3 to Address Many Issues
- Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL Receives the Assumed Last Update Ever
- Samsung Rolls Out the Android 12 Update Featuring One UI 4.1 for Galaxy M11
- Samsung Galaxy A32 Prepares for the New Update That Bags July 2022 Android Security Patch
- Samsung Galaxy Wearables Get an Update As Watch4, Watch4 Classic Gain From the Third One UI Watch 4.5 Beta
- Realme 7 Pro and the RealMe 8 Pro Get Android 12-based Realme UI 3.0 Full Stable Update. Alongside that, RealMe 9i Receives the Open Beta.
That’s it for today. Hope you had a great time knowing about the amazing news updates from the OEM industry. As we draw close to the month of July, the grip gets tighter on Android 13. Having said that, the excitement for the coming weeks is already in the sky.