Samsung starts sending out crisp Android 12 for the Galaxy S21
Samsung has started sending out crisp Android 12 and One UI 4 to the Galaxy S21 series. The company thus becomes the first manufacturer to update a phone to Android 12 in addition to Google.
According to a post on Samsung’s blog, the Galaxy S21 series will be updated starting today, but Android 12 is likely to be rolled out in stages. The update is also underway for a number of other models.
No date is specified for the other S, Note and Z models, but Samsung writes that more phones will be updated to Android 12 “soon”. Like Google’s version of Android 12, Samsung offers new customization options and coloring of the interface through palettes.
The technology giant also mentions, among other things, the privacy improvements in Android 12, such as the system pointing out every time an app uses the camera or microphone. Has anyone already managed to get hold of the update in Sweden?
One UI 4 enables you to create a customized mobile experience to meet your unique needs and express your individuality. With a whole host of new Color Palettes to choose from, you can alter the look and feel of everything from your home screen to icons, menus, buttons and background.
And with reimagined widgets that offer even deeper customization, it’s never been easier to put your own personal stamp on your smartphone experience. You can even more effortlessly express yourself with a wider variety of emoji features, GIFs and stickers available directly from your keyboard.