Last month, Samsung released the Android 12 One UI 4.0 stable update to the Galaxy S21 series in the US. The company said that the package will gradually extend to more regions in the upcoming weeks. Keeping its words, the latest stable build is now live for the Canadian variants of the Galaxy S21 lineup.
The Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra are the first flagship to receive the Android 12 update, even less than a month after Google. However, the update was not released in all regions and is still making its way to some countries. This time, the package is arriving with a month-old security patch, November 2021.
Concerning changes, Android 12 will bring the major overhaul ever to your smartphones, ranging from revamping UI to enhanced security tools that you can READ HERE. Moreover, the One UI 4.0 on the top brings a plethora of minor enhancements. It will allow you to create a customized mobile experience, making it more expressive, dynamic, and personal. Furthermore, it arrives with new a variety of emoji features, GIFs, and stickers, a new privacy dashboard that alerts you when an app is accessing a camera or microphone, and a whole lot more.
As often the case, the update will arrive as an OTA and will be available to limited users initially. That means it may take a while for you to experience the new OS. But if you are feeling particularly impatient, you can track the build manually by heading to the Software update menu under the Settings app.