Samsung has been dropping amazing features with swift Operating Software updates in recent times, and they is basically no difference with Android 12. In its usual way to get the excellent and outstanding One UI 4 out to as many devices as possible, the fastest way possible, the launch out process has recently reached the Galaxy S20 FE and Galaxy S10 series. This starts right after Samsung began rolling out the S20 and Note 20 to the most recent version of Android — the Korean company is well known for producing excellent devices and has shown no visible signs of backing out. This is an amazing news for its customers.
The XDA Developers reported that the Samsung has apparently estimated a 2022 release for One UI 4 on the year-old S20 FE and two-year-old S10, probably this early update comes as a great holiday surprise for end users who have purchased any of the two devices.
The global Galaxy S10 (SM-G97xF) — that’s the Exynos 4G model — has began to receive firmware version G97xFXXUEGULB in Germany and Switzerland, which includes the December security patch as well as all the Android 12/One UI 4.0 goodies. Surprisingly, firmware version G781BXXU4DUL9 has been seen to be rolling out to the Galaxy S20 FE (SM-G781B — Exynos, 5G), but this has been seen in only Switzerland at the moment . Paradventure there are no issues, we might get the update rollout to be expanded and spread into other countries as well.
The public might likely see the Android 12 update come to the Galaxy Note 10 soonest, too.
This is as a result that the phone possesses beta builds at around the exactly the same time as the Galaxy S10. Considering these phones are quite old, this is a very spectacular work from Samsung.
The public can research to see if the new firmware is available for Galaxy devices by clicking to Settings > Software update > Download and install.hold on for a while, but if it is not visible, you shouldn’t have to wait too much longer, if seen then you can enjoy the feature.