Samsung Has Officially Released Android 12 On Galaxy S21 Today

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Samsung is rolling out Android 12 to the Galaxy S21 series after a few months in beta. This happens in record fast, fewer than 30 days after the Pixel devices received the upgrade.

In mid-September, Samsung launched its Android 12 Beta program for the Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra. Since then, Samsung has released four upgrades to beta testers. And now, the stable rollout delivers the updates’ functionality and bug fixes to all users worldwide.

Meanwhile, Google delivered Android 12 to AOSP in September. However, the Pixel phones didn’t get the upgrade until mid-October. Samsung, which was once known for its delayed upgrades, is one of the first Android OEMs to release a stable version of Android 12. Other large companies are still beta testing the upgrade, including Oppo and OnePlus.

Also Read: The First Windows 11 Update Degrading AMD CPUs’ Performance Even More.

Android 12 Update will bring several new features to Android 12 

On Samsung devices, Android 12 is available as One UI 4.0, which includes many of the features seen on Pixels. Better privacy controls, like indicators for microphone/camera use, the ability to just provide apps your approximate position, and improved permissions options are all part of this. There’s also a new Privacy Dashboard that displays which apps have been accessed.

Samsung has also included Dynamic Color in Android 12 on the Galaxy S21; a feature that pulls colors from your wallpaper and applies them to system accents and compatible apps. Moreover, some Samsung stock apps have been changed to work better with Android 12. Plus, the company has also updated widgets as well. For instance, icons on the home screen can now be adjusted to better fit dark mode.

Also Read: Apple MacBook Pro Specifications Leaked Might Feature Mini-LED Display.


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