The Galaxy Fold, Samsung's most expensive smartphone, is getting a new software update. This time, the South Korean giant started distributing the February security patch for the 4G version, delivering the firmware "F900FXXS3ATA3".
In addition to the latest Android fixes, no new features or system improvements have been implemented by Samsung. With respect to Android 10, the schedule released by the company says that the Galaxy Fold will be updated in April, but it is possible that this happened well before, after all, the foldable was found in Geekbench running the new mobile OS from Google.
Anyway, it is important to remember that the appearance on the benchmark platform does not confirm that the update will be released soon, only reinforces this possibility.
Now as for the February patch, it can be downloaded via OTA only in France, but if all goes well with the distribution in that country, other regions will certainly receive corrections for this month in the coming days or weeks. Before carrying out the installation, check the battery quantity to avoid disconnections during the process, we recommend at least 50%.
The Galaxy Fold went on sale again in Brazil, given that Samsung recently replenished the stock. Those interested can purchase it through the official website of the brand, but the price is not inviting: R $ 12,999.
On the other hand, those who wish to save a little, can bet on the Motorola RAZR 2019, which had its sales started yesterday (06). This device costs "only" R $ 8,999.
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+|
|Operational system||Android 9 Pie|
|RAM memory||12 GB|
|Internal Storage||512 GB|
|Extra Storage||Does not have|
|Screen – Type||Super AMOLED|
|Screen – Size||7.3|
|Screen – Resolution||2152 x 1536|
|Rear Camera||16 MP, 12MP and 12MP|
|Video||4K – 60fps|
|Slow Motion Camera||720p @ 960fps|
|Rear Camera – Aperture||F / 1.5, F / 2.2 and F / 2.4|
|Front Camera||Does not have|
|Sound||Dolby Atmos and Estreo|
|Camera – optical stabilization|
|Camera – HDR|
|3.5mm jack||Yes and No|
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