Last updated: November 22, 2021 16:43 UTC + 00:00
Samsung already appears to be developing Android 12 and One UI 4.0 for its 2019 flagship phones, namely the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series. The 5G versions of these devices can now be seen on the online benchmark. Geekbench running Android 12, or more specifically, a preview version of firmware, which Samsung is likely now testing before rolling out the first public version in the coming months.
The Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy Note 10 5G have both been reviewed multiple times over the past few days, and they both ran Android 12. Of course, it’s always possible that we’re dealing with engineered, designed references. to look like those Galaxy flagships. running Android 12, but nothing seems out of the ordinary. Benchmark scores are within normal parameters, as are the hardware specifications listed on Geekbench.
All signs point to Android 12 in 2019 flagships in a month or two
Samsung testing Android 12 for its 2019 flagships means we should get closer to the first public release. As for when the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series might get One UI 4.0, Samsung’s roadmaps already confirm that the company is aiming for a January schedule, at least in some markets. In others, the update might be released later, while in some markets it might go live earlier. According to Oculus, the Galaxy S10 series could receive Android 12 as early as December.
It will be interesting to see how many One UI 4.0 features come into the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series once the update goes live, especially since Android 12 will be their last major operating system update.
You can expect SamMobile to release another Android 12 (One UI 4.0) how-to video once the firmware is released for the Galaxy S10 and / or Galaxy Note 10, so don’t forget to follow our media channels. social linked below.
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