One UI 3.0 for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE released

For the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE, the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update has been released globally. The update is available for 4G and 5G models worldwide. The South Korean company is working to show better performance in updating.

We have stated in our other news that Android phone manufacturers are often insufficient for software updates. Unfortunately, Samsung is one of the companies that is not very good at updating. The company, which has released numerous phones with dozens of different names in the past years, unfortunately could not provide timely updates for all of them, and could not provide this performance in top models. The South Korean manufacturer, who wants to offer a simpler interface and better update performance, has been trying to change this with One UI recently. The company recently released the Android 11 based One UI 3.0 update for the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE model all over the world.

The update is released for the whole world

Last week, Samsung released the stable update in Russia, tested it and distributed it smoothly. The South Korean company has now released the update all over the world. If you have a model named Samsung Galaxy S20 FE, 4G or 5G, you can check it by entering software updates in your phone's settings. If the update is not visible, it will come in a very short time. It is very good news for users that Samsung, which has a lot of users in our country and in the world, has gained speed in updates.

Correct naming strategies

The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is the result of the company's new naming strategy. South Korean The company has given its phones, Mini and Lite, which it hasreleased at a more affordable price by reducing a few features from its flagship phones in the past years. These nomenclatures have not been very successful in creating the perception of users of phones with lighter features. With the naming of FE, the company targets users whobreak this perception andcare about the price/performance ratio. Considering that Chinese companies have increased the competition with both themselves and their sub-brands, Samsung's He has no choice but to try new things.

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