Samsung delivers a 100 million users the ideal New Year’s gift in 2022

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It’s important to give credit where credit is due. Samsung users had been waiting in incredulity for a long time as other manufacturers did a better job of handing out upgrades. Samsung phones took an inordinate amount of time to receive the same updates.

The company’s overwhelming volume of phones sold didn’t help matters. The carrier and region issues that slowed the updates didn’t help matters. Despite purchasing the best Samsung phones, people were forced to wait much too long for an upgrade.

They have already discussed how Samsung has entirely transformed its business in just a few years. Samsung users have progressed from being envious of others to being in an enviable situation. This demonstrates Samsung’s willingness to improve the update experience for its customers.

The latest update for supported Samsung devices is Android 12 One UI 4.0. With the update, the company has made a strong start. In November 2021, the Galaxy S21 series was the first to receive the public release of Android 12 One UI 4.0. In December 2020, Samsung delivered the first stable Android 11 upgrade for the Galaxy S20 series, a month ahead of schedule.

This was an excellent start. In around two months, Samsung completed the One UI 4.0 beta programme. After that, the business was ready to begin rolling out the stable version to people all across the world. The release of the upgrade was enthusiastically received, as one might imagine.

There’s a long list of Samsung devices that are Android 12 compatible. It was expected that Samsung will work its way down this list gradually. After the Galaxy S21 range received the update, other devices would receive Android 12 One UI 4.0 in the months ahead.

Samsung does not appear to be in the mood to keep customers waiting for long periods of time. The Android 12 One UI 4.0 upgrade was published for the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and the Galaxy Z Fold 3 just two weeks after it was launched for the Galaxy S21 series.

Both foldables are now receiving updates in a wider range of markets. For fans who have been waiting for a taste of One UI 4.0, it is an especially special day. Samsung has begun to update the Galaxy S10, Galaxy Z Flip, and Galaxy Tab S7/S7+ to Android 12 One UI 4.0.

They have never seen Samsung move at such a breakneck speed. It’s no surprise that Samsung’s Android 12 rollout has thoroughly embarrassed its largest competitors, Chinese smartphone manufacturers. Fans are overjoyed that they will be able to try out the updated software on their gadget before the end of the year.

If this rate continues, we may expect a lot more devices to receive the One UI 4.0 upgrade in the coming days. More devices in the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S series may receive the update next month. The original Galaxy Fold is also in the running. Hundreds of Galaxy A and Galaxy M devices will be updated as well.

With this upgrade, they have a lot to be excited about. They have  already discussed why Android 12 is particularly noteworthy for Samsung Galaxy smartphones. Android 12 introduces a slew of new privacy features and performance improvements.

One UI 4.0 offers more customising options, as well as support for Material You themes. Smart widget recommendations, a revised Camera app UI, system-wide navigation improvements, and more are among the new features.

Samsung is moving quickly to get this update out to as many users as possible. It’s an excellent New Year’s gift for the 100 million or so individuals who own Samsung smartphones that run Android 12. They can rest certain that the update will arrive on their device in the near future.

You can always go to our firmware database to get the most recent updates for your Samsung devices.