Samsung Unpacked 2020 not only comes with the Samsung flagship phones, i.e., the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra but, it also comes up with a fantastic foldable phone named as Samsung Galaxy Z Flip.
The Galaxy Z Flip is the second foldable smartphone from Samsung, and also it is the successor of the Galaxy Fold. But, there is a lot of difference between the two devices. It’s not just about the design perspective, but also it is different in availability.
The Galaxy Fold took so much time in between its launch and the actual availability, and everyone thought the same with the Galaxy Z Flip also. But no this time it is different the device started selling in the U.S. and Korea on 14th February, and that is also only after three days of its announcement.
The device will be available in the U.S., Korean, and different markets also. This news is confirmed as the official firmware for the Galaxy Z Flip is now available to download in various markets around the world.
The firmware will not be the pre-installed version but the updated version that bang the security patch level from the pre-baked January to the latest February 2020.
The Galaxy Z Flip has One UI 2.1 that is based on Android 10. The firmware version is F700FXXU1ATAF, but now the device is going to receive a new update with firmware version F700FXXU1ATB6.
The new update is available in the United Arab Emirates, France, UK, Turkey, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, and India.
The device is also expected to hit the markets in Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, Portugal, Russia, Israel, Baltic, Southeast Europe, Slovakia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Nordic Countries, Austria, Czech, Luxembourg, Kazhakstan, Panama, Hong Kong, and South Africa, among others.