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Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A20 start getting the Android 11 update

Two weeks back, the Galaxy A30s has cleated the WFA Certification while running Android 11. And now, Samsung has started sending the Android 11-based One UI 3.1 update to the Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A20 smartphones. The update for the Galaxy A30s is occurring on the firmware version A307FNXXU2CUF2, and the Galaxy A20 update bears the build version A205FNPUUACUF1.

Galaxy A30s

Galaxy A30s Android 11 Update

Talking about the Galaxy A30s update first, it can be identified on the software version A307FNXXU2CUF2, and it is currently live in Russian markets. Regarding the changes, the new firmware incorporates the May 2021 Security Patch, One UI 3.1, and Android 11 features, and it may also include fixes for known issues and improvements.

The new update should include Android 11 features like Dynamic media controls, A built-in screen recorder, a Schedule dark theme, Conversation notifications, Notification history, Chat bubbles, Smart device controls, etc.

On the other hand, it must also consist of the One UI 3.1 features like Dynamic Lockscreen options, improved AoD mode, new User Interface, Video call effects, and so on.

Galaxy A20 Android 11 Update

Moving ahead to the Galaxy A20’s Android 11 Update, it bears the firmware variant A205FNPUUACUF1, and it is also taking place in Russian. Coming to the changes, the new update packs with the June 2021 Security Patch and should include all the changes as mentioned earlier in the Galaxy A30s update.

It’s worth noting that, like always, these updates are also turning out in a staggered way, and hence, users will need to wait for a few days or sometimes weeks to experience the update. Alternatively, you can also head over to Settings>Software updates and check for the updates. As it is a major update, we suggest you maintain at least 60% of charging before installing the update to avoid interruptions.

Related: Galaxy S20 Lineup at Verizon acquire June 2021 Security Patch update.

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