Samsung is not yet done with sending the current stable Android channel to its flagships. After sending Android 11 OS to its high-end and mid-range smartphones, Samsung has finally started considering its low-end devices. Following Galaxy A12, is the Galaxy A20s which is receiving the Android 11 update.
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The latest Android 11 package for Galaxy A20s is rolling out in Russia with firmware version A025FXXU2BUDC. Along with the current stable operating channel comes the April 2021 Android security patch.
Though the Korean giant has not yet revealed any changelog, it will surely carry the Android 11 goodies like chat bubbles, native screen recorder, dedicated conservation section, smart device control, and so on.
As expected, this is further tossed with One UI 3.1 traits. After flashing the update, the user interface is more modern with One UI 3.1 and UI elements are easier to read. Plus, numerous Samsung apps get an overhaul. In addition to One UI 3.0, the newer version brings:
- The smart new camera features: Single take feature, Object eraser, Touch autofocus and autoexposure controller, Multi Mic recording,
- Updated Gallery,
- Private share,
- Eye comfort shield,
- Smart device control,
- Ability to remove GPS location data from images before sharing them,
- Improvements to the Calendar and Reminders apps.
- Ability to switch automatically between your phone and tablet hassle-free, Galaxy Buds Pro, Buds Live, and Buds+’s.
If you are a Russian user of Galaxy A20s, you must have or will shortly receive the new OTA package. Alternatively, you can also navigate to Settings > Software update > Check for updates, if the phone detects the software, tap on Download and install.