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Samsung distributes Android 12 for brand new smartphone bestsellers

Samsung distributes further Android 12 updates. After countless Galaxy smartphones have been supplied that have been on the market for a long time, a brand new model is now being delivered that should never have been available.

Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G available Android 12

Just a few days ago, Samsung started distributing the Android 12 update for the normal Galaxy A52. The new Galaxy A52s 5G was basically only created because Samsung could not get enough chips to produce the Galaxy A52 and A52 5G (for testing). In the meantime, however, the smartphone is a little insider tip, because the prices have fallen significantly (check out Samsung). It has blossomed into the currently most attractive mid-range smartphone from Samsung and is becoming now brought up to date.

According to SamMobile Samsung in South Korea has started to update the Galaxy A52s 5G Distribute Android 12 with the One UI 4.0. As usual, Samsung starts in one country and rolls out the update in other regions a short time later. The first thing to do is to test whether there are any problems that need to be resolved before the global rollout. So it shouldn’t be long before the update arrives in Germany. You can currently see quite well on the Galaxy S20. The entire series is now also supplied with Android 12 by us.

With the update to Android 12, the Galaxy A52s 5G is not only brought up to date, but also available with One UI 4.0 new customization options. Samsung now allows significantly more changes to the designso that you can tailor the cell phone to you. The Galaxy S21 FE is the first Samsung phone that came out with One UI 4.0 and we show you in the following video:

More Samsung smartphones will follow soon

Samsung has already provided the most famous Galaxy smartphones with an update to Android 12. In some cases, however, it still takes some time for the new software to arrive in Germany. As soon as that happens, we will let you know.

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