After the first beta smartphone makers like Asus, OnePlus, Oppo, Xiaomi and others announced the list of devices that support the first beta of Android 12. But, one important company which was missing from the list was Samsung.
Oh yeah Samsung started development on Android 12 for the Galaxy S21 series.
— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) 1624057930000
As per leakster Max Weinbach, Samsung is expected to release the Android 12 update for the Samsung Galaxy S21 series by September this year. The company is expected to release the first developer beta with One UI 4.0 in August. So, it is possible that by the end of this year all the Galaxy S21 series smartphones will run Android 12 operating system.
Samsung Galaxy S21 series smartphones will be the first devices of the company to receive Android 12 update. The company has also promised three years of updates to smartphones recently. It is also expected that Samsung will roll out the Android 12 update for other flagship devices by January 2022.
Android 12 operating system will completely change the look of the Android phone with the new Material You UI design. The interface comes with new colour options, animations, tile designs and more.
Android 12 comes with a dedicated ‘One-handed’ mode that lets you use large phones easily with one hand. You will also be able to invoke the Google Assistant by long-pressing the power button.
There’s a new Privacy Dashboard that offers a single view into your permissions settings as well as what data is being accessed, how often and by which apps. It also lets you easily revoke app permissions right from the dashboard.