Android 11 officially came true in September, followed a few days after One UI 3.0, the update of the Samsung layer based on this version of Android. Since then, updating to Android 11 with One UI 3.0 has reached a handful of mobiles like the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 although, obviously, it will reach more terminals.
Samsung usually publishes its update schedule in its Samsung Members app, although it takes some time. The list has already appeared and, although it does it first for the Egyptian market, the normal thing is that the models and the dates -which are not too precise- do not change much in other regions.
Samsung phones that will be updated to Android 11
Samsung has finally broken the silence on which models from its extensive catalog will receive the update to Android 11 through the usual means: a notice in the Samsung Members application. The notice has reached users in Egypt first, so there could be slight changes in other regions or missing models that are not for sale there.
Unfortunately, there are few surprises when it comes to speed and, although the high-end will start receiving Android 11 this month, the great bulk of the mid and upper-middle range will not see it until March, April or May, and some terminals will already go to August, a month after the possible launch of Android 12.
Without further ado, this is the list that Samsung has shared with its users, arranged chronologically by date. Keep in mind, yes, that Samsung sets the dates as “preparing”, which could be different from the date on which the OTA is finally sent:
In December 2020:
In January 2021:
In February 2021:
In March 2021
In April 2021
In May 2021
In June 2021
In July 2021
In August 2021
Via | Sammobile
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