Android 11 broke the expensive Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2

Android 11 broke the expensive Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2

A couple of months ago, Samsung announced One UI 3.0 based on Android 11, which introduced a set of new features for Galaxy smartphones. Firmware is currently available for some of the company’s flagships. Beta builds are not recommended for general users as they often contain bugs and issues.

Yesterday Samsung began rolling out the One UI 3.0 beta for the Galaxy Z Fold2. However, the update was stopped because of a critical issue. From the reviews, smartphones freeze on the lock screen and users can’t do anything about it.

The problem surfaced a few hours after the start of the distribution of the firmware with the version number. Users confirm that expensive smartphones have become unusable. Samsung previously delayed the release of the beta for the Galaxy Note 10 due to battery and performance issues.

We can only hope that the patched One UI 3.0 firmware for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 will bring broken smartphones back to life.

Android 11 broke the expensive Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2

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