Galaxy A52 and Note 20 receive Android 12

Samsung has started releasing Android 12 for the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy Note 20 in Brazil. The new version of the operating system with One UI 4 appeared this week for Brazilian users who have purchased the cell phone at retail (ZTO). The update brings visual changes, privacy improvements and more.

One UI 4 began to be released in Brazil at the end of 2021. In December, the manufacturer made Android 12 available to the Galaxy S21. Then, in January, it was the turn of the Galaxy S20, including the Galaxy S20 FE, and the Galaxy S10. Now the latest versions of the One UI system and interface are landing on other models.

Reports about the release of One UI 4 for the Galaxy A52 emerged on social networks and on Samsung Members this Sunday (30). Regarding the Galaxy Note 20, Samsung released the update notes citing Android 12 this Saturday (29). The mention of the system also appears in an internal file of the manufacturer used by South Korean brand cell phones to check for available updates.

The update comes to Brazilian models of Galaxy A52 4G and Galaxy Note 20 with the Exynos 990 processor. In addition, Android 12 with One UI 4 is available for models purchased at retail (ZTO). That is, carrier variants, such as Claro, TIM and Vivo, should receive the update at another time.

It is not yet known when the Galaxy A52 5G, A52s 5G and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will receive Android 12. But it is likely that the update will not take long to arrive.

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