Samsung continues its series of updates to Android 11 while Android 12 is already looming on the horizon, for now only in the first preview version intended for developers. The catalog of the South Korean manufacturer is large enough that this wheel of improvements never stops, and the proof is that it is now the turn of the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G.
The phone is one of the latest additions to the market from the eastern giant, a phone that nonetheless arrived with Android 10 under the arm and One UI 2.5. And which is now moving forward to be completely updated until further notice. The Galaxy A42 5G it’s finally with Android 11 and One UI 3.0 pending future news.
From Android 10 to Android 11
It was in October of last year 2020 that Samsung brought to Europe its Galaxy A42 5G, a mid-range phone with a screen of nothing more and nothing less than 6.6 inches and Super AMOLED. The phone then became the cheapest 5G model in Samsung’s catalog.
Now, just five months after its release, Samsung has officially released the update which will lead the Samsung Galaxy A42 to have Android 11 and One UI 3.0. It’s strange, however, that the phone doesn’t go further and integrate One UI 3.0 that some of its catalog mates already have, and remains in a previous version.
The update officially released by the oriental manufacturer receives the version number A426BXXU1BUB7 and has so far been seen in the Netherlands. Integrates Google’s security patch for the month of March, so that the phones they update will be completely up to date. These updates are usually done in a phased manner, so it may still be days or weeks before it reaches our country.
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