Since December 2021, Samsung has been handing out the Android 11 stable update to eligible devices. Only a few older low-end products remain to be updated six months later. The update has now begun to roll out to two of these phones, the Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A30s.
In the first half of 2019, Samsung released the Galaxy A20. The device came pre-installed with One UI, which is based on Android 9.0 Pie. Last year, it was upgraded to One UI 2.x, which is based on Android 10.
The smartphone is now receiving the Android 11 upgrade, which comes in the form of One UI 3.1. The handset’s most recent system upgrade, firmware version A205FNPUUACUF1, is now available in Russia. Aside from new features, it also includes security fixes through June 2021.
The Samsung Galaxy A30s, on the other hand, was released in the second part of 2019. It also debuted with One UI, which is based on Android 9.0 Pie. Last year, it received the same One UI 2.x upgrade as the previous phone, which was based on Android 10.
It is currently receiving an update to Android 11 with One UI 3.1 on top. In Russia, firmware version A307FNXXU2CUF2 and older May 2021 security updates are available.
In the following days, the One UI 3.1 update for both of the above-mentioned smartphones should be available in further locations. Users can check whether their unit has received the update by going to Settings > Software update > Download and install.
Last but not least, the Android 11 update marks the Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A30s’ final big software update. These Samsung phones, on the other hand, will continue to receive security updates until at least 2023.