Android 12 Might to Be Coming to Samsung Galaxy S21

Insider Max Weinbach says Samsung has begun work on Android 12 for the Galaxy S21 series. Google announced the first beta of Android 12 at its I / O conference in May and recently released beta 2. The mid-version can be downloaded from ASUS, OnePlus, Oppo, Xiaomi, Realme, Sharp, TECNO, TCL, Vivo, and ZTE at Pixel smartphones and some devices. Samsung in particular is not enough. 

According to reports, Samsung will begin to launch a new version of Android 12 and its One UI custom skin at the end of this year. According to reports, the company will hold the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) in October or November, but if there are any signs last year, its customers will not have to wait that long for One UI 4.0 based on Android 12. The developer beta will arrive sometime in August.

The Galaxy S21 series and the company’s latest phones are updated every three years. If you have an older phone, here is a complete list of Samsung smartphones and tablets that support Android 12. Samsung introduced Android 11 to its Galaxy S20 family, so it’s no surprise the Galaxy S21 doesn’t. achieve this. First, you get Android 12. The rest of the company’s flagships can be upgraded to the latest version. Google announced the first beta of Android 12 at its I / O conference in May and recently released beta 2. The mid-version can be downloaded from ASUS, OnePlus, Oppo, Xiaomi, Realme, Sharp, TECNO, TCL, Vivo, and ZTE on smartphones Pixel, and some devices. Samsung in particular is not enough. Samsung is one of the best phones in the world.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 is the Galaxy S. It is a line of Android smartphones designed, developed, marketed, and manufactured by Samsung Electronics as part of this series. They work together as the successor to the Galaxy S20 series. This lineup consists of three devices, of which the Galaxy S21 is the cheapest and smallest screen size. Unlike the Galaxy S20 +, the Galaxy S21 + is very similar to the S21 in terms of specs, save for a larger screen, more battery capacity, and a back instead of plastic. The Galaxy S21 Ultra has a larger screen size, battery, and many other improvements over other models. For example, it has a 108MP main camera sensor that has laser autofocus and an advanced camera setup that supports a 1440p display. The S21 Ultra is also the first Galaxy S phone to support S Pen, but it has limited features and is sold separately.

Android 12 is one of the biggest Android design updates in years. It brings Google’s “Material You” design language, redesigned widgets, privacy-conscious tools, and new double-tap gestures.

The design of the Galaxy S21 series is similar to its predecessor. Both use the Infinity-O display, with a circular cutout in the top center of the front selfie camera. The back panel of S21 is made of reinforced polycarbonate similar to S20 FE and Note 20, while S21+ and S21 Ultra use glass. The rear camera matrix has been integrated into the phone body with metal edges; S21 Ultra uses a carbon fiber camera frame that can present exclusive colors.

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