Samsung continues to be one of the largest mobile phone companies in the world, particularly in Europe, the United States or South Korea. The firm knows that the Chinese competition is tightening more and more and this is why it changed its strategy to give more relevance to the mid-range, the Galaxy A.
This was done by introducing new models, such as the recent Galaxy A72 and Galaxy A52, but also by improving the update policy of current models, such as the Galaxy A40 and A80.
Updating Samsung Galaxy A70s and Galaxy A90 5G to Android 11 with One UI 3.1
The last two devices to receive Android 11 were the Samsung Galaxy A70 and Galaxy A90 5G.
With this new signature, they will receive the news of Android 11, such as chat bubbles or new location permissions. But on top of that, Samsung brought One UI 3.1 to both models, skipping version 3.0.
The software version of the Galaxy A70 will be A707FDDU3CUC6, and in addition to Android 11 and One UI 3.1 will have the March security patch. At the moment, the update is being received in India, although it is only a matter of a few weeks before it reaches other markets.
For its part, the Samsung Galaxy A90 has started to update in South Korea, with the firmware A707FDDU3CUC6 which also brings Android 11, One UI 3.1, and the March security patch.
If you want to know what Android 11 and One UI 3.1 looks like on Samsung phones, we invite you to watch the video analysis we have done.
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