Samsung has released a new update schedule for Android 11 and we got a good idea of the expected updates and schedule for Samsung. Remarkably, the update was postponed for a month for a number of phones.
December 9th update: Samsung Netherlands has shared the update schedule for Dutch Samsung phones. We have added the timeline to this article and reposted the article.
January 11th update: Samsung Netherlands has updated the update schedule for Dutch Samsung phones. We have added the timeline to this article and reposted the article.
Samsung update plans
Samsung is working hard behind the scenes One UI 3.0Software dispute over launch of Android 11 phones. Last week, the Egyptian branch of Samsung was the first to provide an update schedule for Samsung phones, but the devices from that list didn’t quite match the smartphones released in the Netherlands.
Last year, we took a closer look at the expected update plans from Samsung with new information announced by the German arm of the company. Moments later, Samsung Netherlands shared an official schedule for the release of Android 11. That update is gone The first in the S20 range It was launched, followed by Galaxy S10 Lite, Note 20 series, S20 series, and many other Galaxy phones.
Android 11 update
You can view the latest joint update schedule by Samsung Netherlands below. The diagram shows that a file Galaxy S10The series should go on to update (January to February) and the same is true of the Galaxy Z Fold and Z Fold 2. The list is not entirely correct as the Galaxy S20 FE and Galaxy Z Flip have already received One UI 3.0. Additionally, Samsung also wants to roll out updates earlier than indicated in the schedule, but that’s of course not a problem.
What do you think of Samsung’s schedule? When will your phone receive an update and are you happy with it? Let us know in the comments at the bottom of this article.
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