Samsung introduced the flagship Galaxy S21 smartphones a couple of weeks ago. The devices turned out to be quite good, but there were some drawbacks.
What is it about
The Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 + and Galaxy S21 Ultra all ship out of the box with the latest Android 11 operating system, but the phones still don’t support seamless updates (Seamless Updates). This is odd since Google introduced it back in 2016. Since then, most devices on the market have had the function.
For those not in the know, seamless updates allow the smartphone to install the new software version in the background. After rebooting, the device will work with the updated firmware. The function uses virtual A / B partitions. The new and old versions of the system are recorded on them. Naturally, this requires a lot of memory. Perhaps that is why the Korean manufacturer decided not to use the technology in its devices.