Android 11 is coming early to a different Samsung telephone – is it lastly your flip to improve?

Samsung stays true to its word and is releasing its One UI 3.0 update, which is based on Google’s Android 11, at a rapid pace. The Korean company is well ahead of schedule as devices like the Galaxy A50 receive this feature-rich upgrade much earlier than expected.

Now another device seems to be in luck as reports surface that the Galaxy A21 received the changes. If so, it means this rollout is two months ahead of schedule, as these cheaper devices are not expected to get a 3.0 UI until May at the earliest.

According to the ever-reliable team at SamMobile, the owners in Korea appear to be the first to receive this upgrade, but a full roll out is likely to come soon.

It’s easy to check that your device is ready to be upgraded. Just go to Settings> Software Update. Then check if One UI 3.0 is available. When it appears, select the update and tap Download and Install.

If your phone has a contract over a network, it may take a little longer to appear. This is because the software often needs to be tested by every network operator before it is released to customers.

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Dr. TM Roh, President and Head of Mobile Communications, said of One UI 3.0: “The introduction of One UI 3 is just the beginning of our commitment to delivering the best possible mobile experiences to Galaxy customers by gaining access to the latest versions of OS innovation, as soon as it is available.

“A user interface 3 is an essential part of our mission to continuously offer our customers new, innovative and intuitive experiences throughout their device lifecycle. So when you have a Galaxy device, you have a gateway to new, unimagined experiences for years to come. “• Samsung Galaxy M21

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