Google recently announced the official release of its latest Android 12 OS for its own Pixel line, but what about Samsung phones? Here’s when Samsung users can expect Android 12 to be available.
Samsung has released a video showing off some of the new features coming to One UI 4 – the company’s own software based on the Android 12 operating system.
You can see some of the features in action in the video below:
But, when will they be available? Read on to find out.
You can also check out our guides to when Android 12 is coming to OnePlus phones, when Android 12 is coming to Sony Xperia phones, when Android 12 is coming to Xiaomi phones, when Android 12 is coming to Asus Zenfones and ROG phones and when Android 12 is coming to Realme phones to find out when Android 12 will be rolling out to other manufacturers.
When is Android 12 coming to Samsung phones?
“We are committed to giving everyone access to the best mobile experiences possible, as soon as possible”, said Executive Vice President and Head of Software Platform Team at Samsung’s Mobile Communications Business, Janghyun Yoon.
“One UI 4 delivers on that promise, equipping Galaxy smartphone users with the latest customization and privacy features. But we won’t stop there. Soon, other smartphone and tablet users will also be able to benefit from this software update, enabling a more seamless experience across our entire ecosystem”.
Samsung also confirmed that the following phones will be getting the update in the future:
The company didn’t reveal any specific dates in the press release, but it did share an update to its Members app earlier that day with the full roadmap. The post has since been removed, you can see a screenshot of the update plans below:
One UI 4 (Android 12) Upgrade NoticeThis is a translation of the now-deleted official Korean notice in Samsung Members.Since the notice is deleted atm, details are subject to change.Please take for references only. pic.twitter.com/qsAL0S6jT7— Tron ❂ (@FrontTron) November 15, 2021
The post was deleted so these dates could be subject to change, but it gives us a decent idea of what order the update will roll out in.