One UI 4 upgrade strategy for Samsung devices in Nepal | Based on Android 12

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Samsung One UI 4 upgrade
Samsung One UI 4 upgrade

Samsung is now the first non-Google OEM to release a stable version of Android 12. We’ll go over the One UI 4 upgrade strategy for Samsung devices in Nepal, based on Android 12.

What does the latest Samsung One UI 4 upgrade address?

Samsung One UI 4 upgrade

In addition, this current version, to Google’s suggested fixes, tackles several issues unique to Galaxy devices. According to Sam Mobile, Samsung provides solutions for 13 on-device vulnerabilities, including one “high-risk,” one “critical,” and two “moderate-risk” flaws identified on Galaxy phones and tablets.
“New and enhanced functionality” is note in changelogs available to people already downloading the OTA in specified regions.

Strategy regarding Samsung One UI 4 upgrade in Nepal:

Samsung One UI 4 upgrade

Samsung is such a large company that produces and sells phones all over. But not all locations and phones will receive the update at the same time. Having been said that new version has already come up in the United States and Europe. So, now it is predicted that the rollout begins in Nepal in December.

Lined up Samsung phones for update:

Samsung One UI 4 upgrade
Samsung One UI 4 upgrade

Samsung will begin rolling out the update to its flagship devices in 2021, as planned . Meanwhile, the Galaxy S21 series, the Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3, are the first to receive the update. After that, in January, the Galaxy S10 / S10e / S10+ / S10 Lite, Note 20 / 20 Ultra, Note 10 / 10+, Note 10 Lite, Z Flip, Z Fold 2, and Z Fold will all get the One UI 4 update.
Samsung has released the following update schedule, which runs until July 2022 and covers a dozen different devices. All of them are listed below, with their expected date that is to be updated.

Expected Date

Roll Out DatesDevices
Dec 2020Z Flip 3 5G, Fold 3 5G, S21 5G, S21+ 5G, S21 Ultra 5G
Jan 2022        Galaxy Fold, Z Flip / Z Flip 5G, S10e, S10, S10+, S10 Lite,
Note 10, Note 10+, Note 10 Lite, Note 20, Note 20 Ultra 5G, S20,
S20+, S20 FE, S20 Ultra 5G, Z Fold 2 5G/LTE, S20 FE 5G
 Feb 2022    Tab S7+, Tab S7, Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52s, Galaxy A72
 April 2022Tab S6, Galaxy A71, Galaxy A51, Galaxy A32, Galaxy F62, Tab S7 FE
May 2022Galaxy A31, Galaxy M31, Galaxy M21, Galaxy M31s, Tab S6 Lite,
Galaxy A22 5G, Galaxy F22, Galaxy F42 5G, Galaxy M21 2021 Edition,
Galaxy M32, Galaxy M32 5G, Galaxy M42 5G, Galaxy M52 5G
June 2022Galaxy A21s, Galaxy M51, Tab A7 (2020), Galaxy F41, Galaxy A22,
Galaxy F12, Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
July 2022Galaxy M11, Galaxy M01, Galaxy A12, Galaxy F02s,
Galaxy M02s, Galaxy M02, Galaxy A03s, Galaxy M12
Expected Date

Final thoughts

Overall, Samsung’s dedication to releasing Android updates for its lead ship, as well as mid-range and budget devices, in a timely way is remarkable.

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