Samsung distributes Android 12 and One UI 4.0 To Galaxy A72 and Galaxy Note 10 Lite
Samsung is now starting the rollout of Android 12 and One UI 4.0 for mid-range phones. The Galaxy A72 and Galaxy Note 10 Lite now receive an update.
- Samsung is distributing Android 12 for two phones.
- The Galaxy A72 and Galaxy Note 10 Lite are being considered with the update.
- There are many new features in the update.
Android 12 has been available for a few months. The South Korean company Samsung has so far only considered high-end devices with the new operating system from Google. Now it is the turn of the first mid-range cell phones. The two smartphones Galaxy Note 10 Lite and the Galaxy A72 now receive the update. The technology blog SamMobile According to the new firmware for the A72 is currently only available in Russia. For the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, however, you can only download the software in France.
In this country, the update should appear in the coming days or weeks. With Android 12 and the One UI 4.0 user interface, you get many new features. So all Samsung apps should get a new look. In addition, the Bixby voice assistant and Bixby routines have been revised and improved. One UI 4.0 includes a new design of the user interface and new widgets. In addition, the always-on display is said to have been improved and offer more functions. With the privacy dashboard you can quickly see which app has accessed your location, camera or microphone. Authorizations for an application can also be assigned or withdrawn there. In our Android 12 update schedule, we’ll tell you which mobile phones are still being considered with Android 12.
The Android update is available for …
The update to Android 12 is available for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite and Samsung Galaxy A72.
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