Samsung Galaxy A20s started receiving Android 11 with One UI 3.1

Samsung continues to update its smartphones to the current version of Android 11. This time the firmware has been released for the budget device Galaxy A20s.

The system came out with build number A207FXXU2CUFA and June security patch. The software has added all the main innovations of Android 11, as well as the proprietary One UI 3.1 shell. That is, the device received a slightly updated interface, an improved camera, the ability to delete GPS coordinates in photos, and many other small but useful functions.

So far, only Galaxy A20s users in Malaysia have started receiving OTAs. A little later, the firmware will be released in other regions.

By the way, Android 11 is the second and last major smartphone update. As a reminder, the Galaxy A20s hit the market in 2019 with Android 9.

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