- Samsung, Nokia and OnePlus are distributing the Android 11 update for some smartphones.
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- From May you can look forward to the first beta of Android 12.
The Chinese company OnePlus is now finally distributing the Android 11 update to the smartphones of the OnePlus 7 and 7T series. You can look forward to a modern user interface with many features. OxygenOS 11 is also on board.
HMD Global, the company behind Nokia is also distributing Android 11 for Nokia 3.2. Germany is not yet in the first wave, you have to be patient. The distribution in the countries of the first wave should be completed on March 28th. You will probably be able to roll out from around April with Android 11 count in this country.
Nokia: Android updates for smartphones at a glance
HMD Global and its Nokia smartphones with the Android operating system are enjoying increasing popularity and users. At this point we give you an overview of planned and available Android updates and potential waiting times for the updates.
Samsung Galaxy A40 users can rely on One UI 3.0 looking forward. The user interface is based on Android 11 and offers many innovations. Currently only smartphones with Vodafone branding receive the update.
Further Samsung distributed a smaller update for the Galaxy S20 FE. This includes camera features of the high-end device Galaxy S21. The software is available in many European countries, including Austria, Germany and Switzerland.