When will Samsung devices be updated to Android 12 and One UI 4?
If you have a Samsung phone, you should know that Android 12 and One UI 4 update is much closer.
The company took another step in the modernization phase to end the beta phase. Samsung no longer needs more users to beta test and has reported that it has everything ready to update in a stable manner. This is great news for any user with a relatively new Samsung phone that can update to Android 12.
It’s a reality: the beta phase of One UI 4 for the Galaxy S21 is over. The next step for the Korean company is to stably update these devices.
This beta phase has gone through three updates and just concluded. Samsung shouldn’t need more testing to be able to release a stable, smooth and problem-free version of Android 12 to the rest of its phones.
In general, the update for the previous advanced and mid-range devices does not require beta stages that extend for several months, so, little by little, stable updates will be released for the various phones of the company.
Which Samsung phones will be updated to Android 12 first?
It is completely unknown, because Samsung has not confirmed any roadmap for Android 12 update. The most common thing is that in a few days the stable update will be released for all Galaxy S21 phones and then for the rest of the mobiles according to its importance.
First, it will update high-end devices such as the Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy S20, and other important devices. After getting Android 12 in all high-end phones, it is possible that the most important mid-range phones will be updated.
The best thing you can do is wait for Samsung to release its roadmap, something they usually do every year when they have the official and stable update ready.
This will happen in a few weeks and you will be able to get rid of the doubt. Of course, all the dates mentioned are indicative and may change due to possible issues with Android 12 and One UI 4 update.