Here’s when your Samsung phone will be updated to Android 12


Earlier today, Samsung began rolling out the final version of One UI 4.0, based on Android 12, to the Galaxy S21 series of devices. And while we know that the company is currently beta testing the update for the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3, there are many more devices in Samsung’s lineup that are expected to see the update to Android 12.

Thanks to @FrontTron, a roadmap of Samsung’s Android 12 update plans have been leaked, giving us a better idea as to when the company’s other devices will be updated. Here’s what the roadmap revealed before it was removed:

  • December 2021:
    • Galaxy Z Fold 3 / Z Flip 3
    • Galaxy S20 / S20+ / S20 Ultra
    • Note 20 / Note 20 Ultra
    • Galaxy Z Fold 2 / Z Flip 5G
  • January 2022:
    • Galaxy Z Fold 5G
    • Galaxy Z Flip
    • Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10+
    • S20 FE
    • S10 / S10+ / S10e / S10 5G
    • A52s
    • A42
    • Quantum 2
  • February 2022:
    • Galaxy Tab S7 / Tab S7+
  • April 2022:
    • Galaxy A51
    • Tab S7 FE / Tab S7 FE 5G
    • A90 5G
    • Tab S6 / Tab S6 5G
    • Jump
    • A Quantum
  • May 2022:
    • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
    • Tab Active 3
    • A32
    • A31
    • A12
    • Galaxy Buddy
    • Galaxy Wide5
    • Galaxy Tab A7 (2020)
  • June 2022:
    • Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
  • July 2022:
    • Galaxy A21s
    • Xcover5
    • M12

Unsurprisingly, the roadmap was removed, so it’s entirely possible that Samsung already has plans to change up its Android 12 release plans. But on the bright side, it’s clear that Samsung plans to bring Android 12 to quite a few devices, including the most popular budget and mid-range options over the past year or two.

If you are the proud owner of one of the trio of Galaxy S21 devices, you can download the update starting today. If not, you’ll have to wait a little while longer before getting your hands on Samsung’s flavor of Android 12.


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