It looks like Samsung is testing the Android 11 update for many devices. A few hours back, the Galaxy XCover 4S, Galaxy M02, and Galaxy A02 have visited the WFA Certification website while running Android 11. The WFA’s approval hints that the Android 11 for these devices is not much far away, and it may reach the devices at any time.
Galaxy XCover 4S, Galaxy M02, and Galaxy A02 Android 11
Talking about the Galaxy XCover 4s’s WFA approval, the device has visited the WFA organization carrying SM-G398FN as the model number.
Forthcoming to the Galaxy M02, it has arrived on WFA with several model numbers: SM-M022F/DS, SM-M022G/DS, and SM-M022M/DS.
Last but not least, the Galaxy A02 has received the WFA’s Android approval for different model numbers: SM-A022F, SM-A022G/DS, SM-A022M/DS, and SM-A022M.
The listing with different model numbers confirms that Samsung is testing the Android 11 update for all the variants. It means the Android 11 update may be released at the same time for all the variants.
Apart from the model number and Android 11 version, there’s no more information available about the One UI version. The Android 11 update testing might be over, and it may reach us within days or weeks. For a piece of precise information, the screenshots of all the device listings are dropped below.
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A day back, Samsung released the June 2021 Security Patch update to the Galaxy XCover 4S smartphone. And a week earlier, the device has also secured the May 2021 Security Patch. As the device has received new updates recently, the Android 11 update may be delayed.