Heading towards the third week of June, news from the top Android OEMs in regard to firmware updates is all set to reach you. Although there is not much to say, the ones featured from the past week need to have your attention. With that being said, let us look at the latest updates that devices across the world received so far. 

Which Devices are in today's news round-up?


OnePlus Nord CE5G, OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, OnePlus 8T


Samsung Galaxy Fold Z 2, Samsung Galaxy M21, Samsung Galaxy M31, Sprint Variant Samsung Galaxy A50, Samsung Galaxy M30, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G


LG Velvet LTE


Xiaomi Mi 10 T, Xiaomi Mi 10 T Pro


OnePlus Nord CE 5G Gets Ready for the First Software Update

Having just a few days apart from its release, the OnePlus Nord CE has started receiving its first software update. The new firmware built around the OxygenOS primarily focuses on some minor bug fixes and improvements in the camera. Additionally, the users will also get introduced to the security patch of May 2021.

A quick look at the changelog


  • Improvement in the overall accuracy of the screen color
  • Some known issues have been fixed for an improved stability
  • The security patch of the device has been updated to 2021.05


  • Improvement in the front camera’s portrait photography

New Beta Firmware is Up and Running for the OnePlus 8

OnePlus recently came up with an open beta for the latest OxygenOS to introduce the June security patch and other features for the OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro and OnePlus 8T. Let us look at the changelog to understand the update better.


  • Improvement in the performance of the power consumption to help maintain a healthy and extended battery life
  • A new feature added for always-on display (AOD) screenshot
  • The update sees the June security patch (2021.06)


  • The update marks an improvement in the overall audio experience whenever the phone is connected with either the OnePlus buds or the OnePlus Watch

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  • An improvement in the visual effect of the sharing page’s user interface


  • No more occasional Wi-Fi connection failure


June 2021 Security Patch is Live for Multiple Samsung Devices

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2

Recently, Samsung started to seed a new firmware for the Galaxy Z Fold 2 devices in the US. The new firmware with version number F916USQS1DUE3 bags in the latest June 2021 security patch. If you’re in the US and yet to receive the update, look for the firmware manually navigating to the Software Update section under “Settings.” 

  • Samsung Galaxy M21

Focusing primarily on the 2021.06 Android security patch, the new firmware M21FXXU2BUF1 rolls out the Samsung Galaxy M21 devices in India. Additionally, though, the update works to improve the stability of your device.

  • Samsung Galaxy M30

The Samsung Galaxy M30 devices in India are also ready to receive the June 2021 security patch. The new update with version number M307FXXU4CUF1 contains a total of 64 fixes from Google and Samsung together.

  • Samsung Galaxy M31: Version Number M315FXXU2BUF1; Currently Seeding: India
  • Sprint Variant Samsung Galaxy A50: Version Number A505USQUCDUE4; Currently seeding: US
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G: F707USQS2CUE1, Currently seeding: US


Android 11 Stable Version Rolls Out for the LG Velvet LTE

The Velvet LTE device from LG is finally receiving the stable version of Android 11 firmware. Although the detailed changelog is still unavailable to look at, you can expect all the usual Android 11 features like chat bubbles, one-time permissions and more. The update is also expected to bring Night Time Lapse and quick view features in the default camera of the device. As of now, the update is live for a few devices in South Korea, and every device is expected to get the update within a week or two.


MIUI 12.5 is Ready for Europe Based Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro

A piece of good news for all the Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro devices in Europe. February 2021 introduced MIUI 12.5 has finally started to seed in the mentioned devices. The new firmware version corresponding to weighs around 3GB, and it promises to improve the performance of your device.

Moreover, the update will bring a new built-in app for Notes, mind map functionality, the ability to deal with doodling sketches, layouts and more. In case the update hasn’t reached your phone yet, wait for a few more days, and you’ll be ready to experience a lighter and fast UI with tons of improvements and features.

Additional News

  • Samsung finally launches the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite and the Tab S7 FE in India
  • Samsung announced to discontinue the sale of Galaxy Z Fold 2
  • May security update is live for Galaxy Tab Active Pro (Firmware Version: T54XXU3BUD3_B2BF

A Quick Round-Up

  • OnePlus Nord CE 5G Gets Ready for the First Software Update.
  • New beta firmware is up and running for the OnePlus 8
  • Security Updates for a Number of Samsung Devices
  • Android 11 Stable Version Rolls Out for the LG Velvet LTE
  • MIUI 12.5 is Ready for Europe Based Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro

Final Words

This wraps up this week’s edition of firmware news. Although most of the companies have been pretty silent, expecting some loud noises in the upcoming weeks is something evident. With that being said, make sure you join us next for more updates. Till then, if your device is listed above, make sure to get the latest version of the firmware up and running.

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Option 3
Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool

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