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Samsung Android 12 might be the first to arrive in the Galaxy S21 series

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The majority of users praised Samsung’s One UI 3.0 for its smartphones, which is based on Android 11. The promise of One UI 3.0 enticed many people to purchase Samsung devices. Now that the globe is moving towards Android 12, Samsung doesn’t want to lose out on the chance to give its consumers an even better smartphone experience.

According to reports, the South Korean tech giant is working on Android 12, which will be released as One UI 4.0 for its devices. The Samsung Galaxy S21 series is likely to be the first Samsung smartphone to adopt Android 12.

 

The first developer beta of One UI 4.0 based on Android 12 might arrive in August

This year’s Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) is likely to take place in October or November. However, the South Korean tech behemoth may release the first developer beta of One UI 4.0 based on Android 12 in August.

According to Max Weinbach, the Samsung Galaxy S21 series will be the company’s first group of smartphones to receive the One UI 4.0 upgrade. The Samsung Galaxy S21 series is the company’s most current flagship smartphone series, thus it stands to reason that it will be the first to receive the Android 12 upgrade.

The Galaxy S10 and S20 series, which also include several noteworthy and powerful devices, will receive the Android 12 upgrade at some point. Samsung had previously revealed that the Galaxy S20 series will be the first to receive Android 11, so it comes as no surprise that the S21 series will be the first to receive the One UI 4.0 based on Android 12.

It should be noted that Google is still working on Android 12. According to the Android 12 beta release, several really nice improvements to the Android setup are in the pipeline. The first stable version of Android 12 is anticipated to be released in September 2021.

Other firms, such as OnePlus, Xiaomi, and others, have begun developing their own skins for Android 12. Android 12 is likely to be one of the most significant upgrades to Android smartphones ever; hence, the wait will be worthwhile.