Android 12 for Galaxy S21 phones is said to appear soon


Samsung seems to have started working on Android 12 for the Galaxy S21 flagship. This is claimed by one of the most respected leaders, Max Weinbach. Google officially introduced it in May at its Google I / O conference, and it is currently possible to try it on Pixel phones and selected models from OnePlus, ZTE, Vivo, TCL, Sharp, TECNO, Xiaomi, realme, Oppo, and Asus. However, Samsung is also looking forward to it soon.


Samsung is due to unveil the first version of One UI 4.0 before the SDC 2021 conference, and the first owners are expected to see it by the end of the year. The SDC (Samsung Developer Conference) event will not take place until October, but the first developer beta version is due to arrive in August. It is likely that users of older phones such as the Galaxy S20 or Galaxy Fold could also look forward to it.


Samsung is due to unveil the first version of One UI 4.0 before the SDC 2021 conference, and the first owners are expected to see it by the end of the year. The SDC (Samsung Developer Conference) event will not take place until October, but the first developer beta version is due to arrive in August. It is likely that users of older phones such as the Galaxy S20 or Galaxy Fold could also look forward to it.


About One UI 4.0 is that far (apart from the fact that it is built on Android 12) knows. We are personally very curious whether Samsung will also go the Material You route and there will be major changes in the system, especially in terms of design, or whether One UI 4.0 will be a more conservative update.


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