Samsung Galaxy A12 and A02s are set to be the latest Samsung smartphones set to get the Android 11-based update. Earlier the year, the tech company launched the Samsung A12 with Andriod 11, to the fans’ disappointment.
The Andriod 11 update is accompanied by features like improved Digital Wellbeing, one-time permissions, auto permissions reset, and improved smart lock controls.
This update also comes with chat bubbles, more accessible smart home controls, a dynamic media player widget below quick setting toggles, and a dedicated conversations section in the notifications area.
By introducing the Android 11 updates for these devices, Samsung is inadvertently rectifying their mistake. The A12 will be getting One UI 3.1 (Core) in Russia with firmware version A125FXXU1BUE3 and the May security patch.
While the Samsung Galaxy A02s will be getting the Core build of One UI 3.1 through its A025FXXU2BUDC update, as seen in Russia. This update will, however, not be arriving with the May security patch but April’s build.