Google Pay Not Working on Some Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Handsets

Yolanda Curtis
October 23, 2020

The company is now collecting records in the United States for the One UI 3 beta test of the Galaxy Note 20 series.

As already mentioned, this is the last major update for Samsung Galaxy S9 series smartphones.

Earlier this week, we saw renders of the Samsung Galaxy S21 which revealed the phone's design.

Google Pay is not working on some Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra handsets according to reports. In the post, the company wrote that Galaxy Note 20 users who are using Sprint and T-Mobile (both American telecom companies) can register for the beta program. However, it might arrive soon, once Samsung gets enough members in the program. This simply means that at the moment this update has been released in the US.

Earlier, the company also patented a new dual-display smartphone with quad rear cameras set-up.

Alongside the S21, renders of the S21 Ultra had also leaked, which packs a punch hole display but features four cameras on the back.

Let us know that Samsung started the One UI 3.0 Android 11 beta program a few weeks ago.

Samsung has chose to expand its partnership with Hiya through 2025, with the Samsung Smart Call to thus continue to stop spam and fraud calls on new models launched by the South Korean firm.

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