Samsung has recently released their latest flagship device, the Galaxy S23, but it seems that the device is missing out on a key feature. According to reports, the Galaxy S23 does not support Android’s Seamless Updates feature, which allows users to update their devices without having to go through the traditional process of downloading a new version of the operating system.
The lack of Seamless Updates has been described as a missed opportunity for Samsung, as it could have been a major selling point for the device. However, the Galaxy S23 does have some other features that could set it apart from other devices, such as its exclusive Snapdragon chip, which has been touted as a testament to Samsung’s brand strength.
The Galaxy S23 is also expected to be pitted against Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro Max and Google’s Pixel 7 Pro in a blind camera comparison. Meanwhile, Apple supplier reportedly begins making component for AirPods in India, as part of its India Roundup.
Overall, it seems that the Galaxy S23 may be missing out on a key feature, but it still has other features that could make it a desirable device.