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Samsung Galaxy Android 11 Supported Device Tracker: Live in US & Germany

Update as of April 16: OneUI 3.0 and 3.1 has arrived on more smartphones than you can think. It has certainly surpassed many smartphone manufacturers including OnePlus which gave Samsung a tough time during the Android 10 although the Android 11 rollout for the Chinese OEM changed a lot. 

Coming back to Samsung, it is now working on OneUI g3.5 still based on Android 11. Although it is a major update and will arrive on smartphones before the OneUI 4.0 based on Android 12 hits the market. The OneUI x.5 usually arrives on Galaxy Note series although the fate of Galaxy Note 21 series is dangling due to the chipset shortage and other reasons. In any case, the OneUI 3.5 is expected to arrive in July or August 2021 and we aren’t that far from the launch. 

Here, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 2 will be launching in July 2021 so it is likely that the OneUI 3.5 will make a debut with these two devices. Here’s a list of Samsung devices that might be eligible for OneUI 3.5 although take it with a pinch of salt as the tech giant has really updated the list yet.

  • Samsung Galaxy S21 5G/ S21+ 5G/ S21 Ultra 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy S20/ S20 5G/ S20+/ S20+ 5G/ S20 Ultra/ S20 Ultra 5G/ S20 FE/ S20 FE 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy S10/ S10e/ S10+/ S10 Lite
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20/ Note 20 5G/ Note 20 Ultra/ Note 20 Ultra 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10/ Note 10 5G/ Note 10+/ Note 10+ 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2/ Z Fold 2 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip / Z Flip 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Fold / Fold 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7/ S7 5G/ S7+/ S7+ 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 / S6 5G/ S6 Lite
  • Samsung Galaxy A32 4G/ A32 5G/ A51/ A51 5G/ A52/ A52 5G/ A71/ A71 5G/ A72/ A90 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy M12 / M62
  • Samsung Galaxy F12/ F41/ F62

Update as of April 12: Some of the users have highlighted that after upgrading to OneUI 3.1 on their Samsung smartphones, they no longer get two separate icons on the contacts app for calling via SIM 1 and SIM 2. A user reported that the functionality allowed users to tap on the icons representing SIM 1 or SIM 2 to call using the said SIM card. However, with the OneUI 3.1, users are left with a single call button that would call to the said number using the default SIM card. Users can still tweak the seasons to select either SIM 1 or SIM 2 as default or set it as “always ask” but that increases a step in the process. [Source]

Update as of April 1: Pixel devices get monthly security patches on the first Monday of each month with this month’s first Monday falling on Aprilgalaxy  5. With that being said, Samsung swooped the opportunity to bring the April 2021 security patch even before it is detailed on Pixel devices. 

According to the information fgthat we have fgor now, the Galaxy S21/S21+/S21 Ultra, S20 FE, S10/S10e/S10+ and Galaxy S9+ are not intercepting the April 2021 security patch. Apart from that, the Galaxy Z Fold2 and Galaxy Fold are getting the much-needed update along with Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. Finally, there’s Galaxy Tab S6 which received the April 2021 security patch on May 31 just as the case with other Galaxy devices aforementioned.

Update as of March 27: Assuming that you are a Galaxy A7, A8, or A8+ 2018 user who is waiting for the Android 11 upgrade. Well, if not officially but not you can upgrade to Android 11-backed OneUI 3.1 skin on these three devices. This is after a developer successfully pm31sorted Galaxy M31’s Android 11 update for Galaxy A7, A8, and A8+ 2018. You can download it here to get the update. 

Update as of March 14: Based on the latest update coming from TELUS itself, the Canadian telecom giant has mentioned the upcoming updates Samsung devices will get. This includes security patch updates to Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy S20 FE, and Galaxy Note 10+ where the latter two will get some optimizations as well. This information comes from TELUS official OS upgrade page. g

Update as of March 06: Well, Samsung has shared its Android 11 rollout timeline that it will follow on units in the Philippines and here’s all about it.

Samsung Galaxy M51 will get the update in April 2021 followed by Galaxy A50, A50s, A70, A80, Tab S6, A71, Tab S6 Lite, and A42 4G in May 2021. This will be followed by Android 11 rollout on Galaxy A31, A01, M11, A21s, Tab A, Tab Active3, and A02s in June 2021.

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Samsung will then rollout Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 on Galaxy A10, A20, A30, Tab S5e, A11, and A12 in July 2021 followed by Galaxy A10s, A20s, A30s, Tab A with S Pen, Tablet C, Galaxy Tab A L, and Galaxy A01 Core in August 2021. Note that this schedule is for units in the Philippines and thus, other countries may have different rollout schedules.  [Source]

Update as of February 18: Xiaomi has an Ultra Power Saver mode that kills all unwanted apps and processes and helps converse the last bit of juice in the battery. OEMs have had their version of aggressive power saving modes that have attracted a lot of backlash from the public as well. Google discussed the matter at hand and did mention that Android 11 will have mechanisms in place to prevent OEMs from killing off background apps without user’s consent and so on. 

Samsung has its version of aggressive power management system that recently underwent the hammer as the Don’tKillMyApp team tested it. Apparently, the team said that Samsung has introduced this app with a severe restriction when is enabled by default. Here, the applications can no longer hold wake lock in their foreground services which has been associated with doing a lot on the flip side such as preventing health apps from gather sensoric data of the users and so on. 

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The matter has been escalated to Google where a developer tested the same on Galaxy S10e wherein the service disconnected accelerometer just 3 minutes after it was locked. The folks at Don’tKillMyApp has prescribed a workaround stating that you can use Settings >> Apps >> Your App >> Battery >> Battery optimization >> All apps >> Your app >> Don’t Optimize. [Source 2]

Update as of February 24: If you are a Samsung user and literally get annoyed with the folder grid option the OneUI offers, you are in for a treat. Apparently, Samsung has now provided customization wherein users can either go for a 4×4 grid or a 3×4 grid where the former is good for those who want larger icons while the latte shows more icons on the screen but smaller. You need to update the OneUI Home application to get your hands on the same.  [Source]

Update as of February 23: As per the latest update in place, Samsung has updated its security level updates and has changed its policy to roll out four years of security patches to smartphones that are released in 2019 and abovea5. That covers a whopping 130+ models catalog wherein Samsung will include either monthly and quarterly security updates based on the said model.

  • Samsung Galaxy A series: Galaxy A10, A10s, A10e, A20, A20s, A30, A30s, A40, A50s, A50, A60, A70, A70s, A80, A90 5G, A11, A21s, A21, A31, A41, A51 5G, A51, A71 5G, A71, A02s, A12, A32 5G, and A42 5G.
  • Samsung Tab series: Tab S7, Tab S7+, Tab S6 Lite, Tab S6 5G, Tab S6, Tab S5e, Tab S7, Tab A 8.4 (2020), Tab A with S Pen, Tab A 8 (2019), Tab Active 3, Tab Active Pro.
  • Samsung Galaxy M series: Galaxy M10s, M11, M12, M20, M21, M30, M30s, M30s, M31s, M40, M51.
  • Samsung Galaxy XCover series: Galaxy XCover 4s, XCover Pro, XCover FieldPro.
  • Samsung Galaxy Note series: Galaxy Note10, Note10 5G, Note10+ 5G, Note10+, Note10 Lite, Note20, Note20 Ultra, Note20 5G, Note20 Ultra 5G.
  • Samsung Galaxy S series: S10, S10e, S10+, S10 5G, S10 Lite, S20, S20+, S20 5G, S20+ 5G, S20 Ultra, S20 Ultra 5G, S20 FE 5G, S20 FE, S21 5G, S21 Ultra 5G, S21+ 5G.
  • Samsung Galaxy Foldables: Galaxy Fold, Fold 5G, Z Flip, Z Flip 5G, Z Fold2, Z Fold2 5G. [Source]

Google released the Android 11 Developer Preview 1 for the developers back in February 2020. This was meant for the developers to test out the environment of the Android 11 firmware and based on that develop apps and games. Quite a lot of new features and enhancements were seen with the first developer preview of Android 11. Google introduces two more developer previews and two beta updates before finally launching the most-anticipated Android 11. And in this post, we will give you an Android 11 update tracker for the Samsung devices, along with the list of supported devices. Besides, we will also keep on adding the list of new features that will be coming with One UI 3.0.

Samsung, in the recent past, has become one of the brands to be reckoned with when it comes to rolling out security or firmware updates. In fact, Samsung has been the first OEM to push January, February and even March 2020 security updates for its devices, even ahead of Google itself. Moreover, older devices are also regularly supported with the latest patches and firmware updates. So, in this post, we will give you an Android 11 update tracker for Samsung and what are the new features it will bring in.

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Android 11 Features

Talking about the features of the Android 11, you can check out the list of new features and enhancements it brings (as spotted by Gadget Hacks):

  • Scheduled Dark Theme
  • ‘Conversations’ Section in Notification Shade
  • Built-in Screen Recorder
  • Pin Apps in the Share Menu
  • Send Images in Notification Replies
  • New APIs for 5G
  • Reverse Wireless Charging Support (Google Pixel 4a or 5)
  • Use Bluetooth Headphones in Airplane Mode
  • Scrolling screenshots
  • Bubble Notifications on by Default
  • New Back Cover Gestures (Likely Pixel-Exclusive)
  • Show Refresh Rate
  • Power Menu Toggles
  • Quick Access Wallet
  • New Permissions Options
  • Background Location Access Must Be Granted Manually
  • Auto-Block Spammy Permission Prompts
  • New Scoped Storage Permission
  • New Motion Sense Gesture (Pixel 4)
  • New Notification History UI
  • Increase Touch Sensitivity
  • Better Back Sensitivity
  • Mobile Drivers License Support
  • Changes to BiometricPrompt API
  • Improved Call Screening
  • Support for Punch Hole & Waterfall Displays
  • Disable Vibrations While Using the Camera
  • HDMI Low-Latency Mode
  • Low Latency Video Decoding
  • New Bluetooth Stack
  • Separated Quick Settings & Notification Tray
  • Music Player in Quick Settings
  • Unsupported Bluetooth Codecs Are Now Grayed Out
  • Suggested Apps in Home Screen Dock

Supported Devices

Samsung Galaxy F12

The Samsung Galaxy F12 packs in a 48MP triple camera setup with Tetracell tech and Super-PD autofocus. The device has a 6.5-inch HD+ Infinity-V Display with 90Hz refresh rate and runs on Exynos 850 8nm chipset. It is powered by a whopping 6000mAh battery and has Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 for its software. 

Samsung Galaxy F02s

Also to arrive with Galaxy F12, the Galaxy F02s sports a Exynos 850 chipset  with a 6000 mAh battery under the hood. The device doesgalaxy a5 arrives with 6.5-inch 720p+ display with  60Hz refresh rate. It runs on Snapdragon 450 SoC out-of-the-box. 

Samsung Galaxy S21 5G

Samsung Galaxy S21 5G is the epitome of specifications and more with its Snapdragon 888/Exynos 2100 SoC under the hood, a massive 8GB RAM and 128/256GB storage. The device comes with a 6.2-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X 120Hz display with HDR10+ and comes with Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 under the hood. No doubt is also covered with three years of software support which means it will also get Android 12, Android 13, and Android 14 that will be released in the last leg of year 2021, 2022, and 2024 respectively. 

Samsung Galaxy S21+ 5G

Samsung also released the plus variant of the standard Galaxy S21 aka the Galaxy S21+ which comes with the same Exynos 2100 or Snapdragon 888 chipset configuration as the standard version. It comes with a large 6.7-inch Dynamic A

MOLED 2X display with HDR10+ and 120Hz refresh ratio. It has 128GB/256GB storage and 8GB of RAM. The device runs on the latest Android 11-backed OneUI 3.1 out-of-the-box, Also, as per Samsung’s upgraded software upgrade policy, the device should get the Android 12, Android 13, and Android 14 thanks to its 3 years of major software support.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G

The biggest and the most powerful of the Galaxy S21 series, the Galaxy S21 Ultra offers a giant 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display with HDR10+, 120Hz refresh rate and more. It has the same chipset i.e. Snapdragon 888 or Exynos 2100 under the hood along with Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 out-of-the-box. The device is up for three years of software update as per Samsung’s latest software upgrade policy according to which it will get Android 12, 13, and 14 as well. 

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE /5G

Update as of February 10: Based on the latest information available, Samsung Galaxy S20 FE has done testing out Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 upgrade on the device with Google CVE January 2021 editing. This comes from the official software updates page of Optus which is a telecom carrier.

#2: Just some time after Galaxy S20 FE got the OneUI 3.1 upgrade, it is S20 FE 5G’s turn to upgrade to OneUI 3.1. Yes, the update is now actively rolling out in Romania, Switzerland, Portugal, Italy, France, Poland, Greece, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and a few other European countries as mentioned on SamMobile’s database. Apparently, the new update comes with firmware version G781BXXU2CUB5 and has a February 2021 security patch with it. This was reflected on Galaxy S20 FE 5G’s official page on Samsung;s website as well. The update comes with an extensive changelog to go with.

Update as of February 12: Looks like the South Korean giant Samsung has halted the rollout of Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update that was being rolled out on Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G. There’s no update as to why Samsung pulled out the update but it seems like this is because of some bugs. This isn’t the first time Samsung has pulled an update from rolling out after it has already released it. If you are a Galaxy S20 FE 5G user, you will have to wait for a patched up update to arrive soon. 

#2: In a separate news, telecom carrier Fido will start releasing Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 update on Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 4G variant starting February 16. This was confirmed by Fido’s OS upgrade schedule. 

Update as of February 26: Both Samsung Galaxy S20 FE and S20 FE 5G are in for a treat in Australia. This is because Australia’s major telecom carrier Optus is now releasing Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 update on these two updates as per its software update page.

Update as of March 5: Well, the OneUI 3.1 skin is now rolling out on Galaxy S20 FE units in Sri Lanka, India, Nepal, Hungary, Poland, the Netherlands, the UK, and many other countries as it has been spotted on SamMobile’s database. 

Update as of March 6: Well, the latest news w.r.t the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE states that the device is now getting upgraded to Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 in New Zealand with build number BUA8 and has a download size of 1921.67MB. It has a January 2021 security patch level associated with it. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy Note 20

Samsung added the Galaxy Note 20 in its lineup as of August 5. It comes preloaded with Android 10-based OneUI 2.5 and no doubt will be the first to get Android 11. Apparently, Samsung has confirmed that it will support Galaxy Note 20 series with three years of major Android OS upgrades. this means Note 20 is now eligible to receive updates till Android 13 in 2020.

Update as of February 26: There’s good news for Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G users locked with Verizon after all. The telecom carrier is now sending out Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update carrying version number DUB7 and with February 2021 security patch arriving via OTA to Galaxy Note 20 units in the country.

Update as of March 02: Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is now getting upgraded to the latest Android 11-powered OneUI 31 on its unlocked models in Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Iraq, and the U.S. This comes as a fresh report from users. [Source 1, 2]

Update as of March 03: Citing latest user report, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 users are now intercepting the OneUI 3.1 update in Hong Kong at the time of writing this. The update is arriving on model number SM-N9860 HK and weighs 1.5GB. The update also carries the latest February 2021 security patch with it. [Source]

Update as of March 5: Based on the latest information that we have, major telecom carrier AT&T is now releasing Android 11-flavoured OneUI 3.1 update with February 2021 security patch with it via FOTA method with version number DUB5 weighing at a whopping 2.1GB in size. [Source]

Update as of April 1: If you are a Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G user on Bell Network, you will be rejoiced as the telecom carrier is now seeding out OneUI 3.1 update on the device at the time of writing this. The incoming update carries a build number DUB5. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

Just like Galaxy Note 20, the uber-premium Galaxy Note 20 Ultra arrives with Android 10-based OneUI 2.5 out-of-the-box. There’s no doubt Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will receive Android 11 but now, Samsung has officially confirmed that it will get three years of major Android OS support that extends it to Android 13 in 2021.

Update as of February 18: As per the latest intel, South Korean giant Samsung is now sending out OneUI 3.0 powered by Android 11 on units in Germany and Russia. These firmware updates are arriving with version CUB5 agnd CUB6. [Source]

Update as of February 20: According to the latest update, Fido has confirmed that it will be rolling out Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 on Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in Canada on March 3. This also goes the same for TELUS users in Canada. 

Update as of February 25: Reports are now available and confirm that the Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update on Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has been spotted in Qatar on Smart Switch, Romania on Orange Network, as well as on T-Mobile and Sprint-locked units in the U.S. This incoming update carries version number DUB5 and it is rolling out via OTA to the eligible units. [Source]

#2: Based on the latest update, OneUI 3.1 is now rolling out for Galaxy Note 20 Ultra on both 4G and 5G in Belgium and the Netherlands as well as units locked with Spectrum Mobile in the United States. [Source 1, 2]

Update as of February 26: If you are a Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G user in the U.S. locked with Verizon, you are in for a treat as the telecom giant is now seeding Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 update on the device via firmware version number DUB57 and has the latest February 2021 security patch attached to the update arriving soon.

In a separate update, some users have reported intercepting the Android 11 update on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in the UK on Sky Network as well as in Portugal as well. [Source 1, 2]

Update as of March 02: Unlocked variants of Galaxy Note 20 Ultra are now receiving Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 upgrade in the U.S. as well as Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Iraq as per the latest user reports. [Source 1, 2]

Update as of March 5: If you are a Galaxy Note 20 Ultra user locked with AT&T in the U.S., you are in for a treat as the telecom giant is now rolling out a new update i.e. Android 11-flavored OneUI 3.1 update with build number DUB5 and has a file size of 2.1GB. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra/5G

Samsung made the Galaxy S20 Ultra official in February 2020 during a massive launch event across the globe. The device originally arrived with Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 and it will surely get bumped to Android 11 (R) based OneUI 3.0. About the timeline, it is estimated to arrive sometime in November 2020 although confirmation is still awaited.

Update as of February 23: After Galaxy S20, the Galaxy S20 Ultra is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in Italy as it was tipped by a user Samuele Trainotti.

Update as of February 27: Looks like Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra locked with the U.S. Cellular in the United States is now getting upgraded to OneUI 3.1 as a said update has been spotted in the country on the S20 series of devices. [Source]

Update as of March 03: Well, as per the latest report published on Samsung’s community forum, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Utra is getting upgraded to OneUI 3.1 in Bangladesh. As always, the update is rolling out via OTA and is releasing in a batch-by-batch manner. [Source]

Update as of March 04: As per the latest intel, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra has intercepting the OneUI 3.1 update in Jordan, Iraq, and Syria with version number G98xBXXU6DUB5.

Update as of March 5: Looks like AT&T is now rolling out a new update on Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G units locked with the telecom carrier in the U.S. The FOTA update is being relayed with build number DUB5 and has a package size of 1.6GB with the latest February 2021 security patch attached to it. The update is rolling out via OTA method as mentioned above. [Source]

Update as of March 12: According to the update posted by users, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in both Brazil and South Africa. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2

Samsung unleashed the second-gen of foldable devices with Galaxy Z Fold2. The latest device in the Samsung’s smartphones lineup, Galaxy Z Fold2 runs on the latest Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 out-of-the-box. It should get Android 11 upgrade pretty soon after there’s no ETA available around it.

Update as of March 02: Another day, another update for Galaxy Z Fold2 users. This time, the update is coming from users in Jordan where the Galaxy Z Fold2 5G with model number SM-F916B is releasing an Android 11 based update with build number DUB5 and with a February 2021 security patch attached to it. [Source]

Update as of March 9: Well, if you are an AT&T Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G user, you must be excited to get yet another Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 update that yanks up its security patch to February 2021 with version number DUB5. As usual, I am talking about update releasing for units in the United States. [Source]

Update as of March 30: Just a month after the Verizon-backed Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 got its OneUI 3.1, it is now the turn of T-Mobile locked and unlocked variants of Galaxy Z Fold 2 to get their hands on the update. A user posted a screenshot of the incoming update that bears build number DUC1 and has 1484.89MB of size and the February 2021 security patch along with it. Note that the unlocked variants of Galaxy Z Fold2 have received OneUI 3.1 with March 2021 security patch along with it. [Source]

Update as of April 1: Well, if you have a Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G and you are subscribed to the Bell Network, you are in for a treat as the carrier is now seeding out Android 11-backed OneUI 3.1 update on the device at the time of writing this. The update bears firmware version number DUB5 as per Bell’s software update page. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is the successor of Galaxy Tab S6. It features the latest Snapdragon 865+ SoC that makes it way faster than its predecessor. With that being said, Galaxy Tab S7 arrives with Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 and no doubt it in in line to get Android 11 as well but there’s no ETA available as of now.

Update as of January 26: As put officially by T-Mobile’s Android software updates page, the telecom giant is testing out Android 11 build on Tab S7 5G at the time of writing this. The update is probably and thus, the listing. . [Source]

Update as of January 29: According to the latest information available, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 in Mexico and the UK as per the latest reports coming from users. [Source 1, 2]

Update as of February 05: According to the latest information, Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 in Australia as per the latest post on Reddit. Another source confirmed the reception on Galaxy Tab S7 in Germany as per SamMobile’s database. [Source 1, 2]

Update as of February 10: Well, if you are a Verizon-locked Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 5G user, you are in for a treat as the major U.S. telecom giant Verizon is now rolling out Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 on the device with security patch level January 2021. The new update bears firmware version BUA9 and comes via OTA on Verizon-locked Galaxy Tab S7 5G devices.

Update as of February 15: According to the latest info, AT&T is now seeding out Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 update on Galaxy Tab S7 5G in the United States. The update arrives with firmware version BUAC and it is rolling out via OTA method as usual. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+

Samsung unleashes the big screen beast aka Galaxy Tab S7+ at the August 5 Unpacked 2020 event that introduced a slew of devices. Talking about Galaxy Tab S7+, it sports the latest and most powerful Snapdragon 865+ and comes pre-loaded with Android 10-based OneUI 2.1. This means it is up for Android 11 shortly after the OS releases although there’s no ETA available as of now.

Update as of January 13:  Based on the latest update coming from a Turkish website dedicated to Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is speculated to get the update between February 1st to March 1st although take it with a pinch of salt at this moment.

Update as of January 19: As per the latest update available, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+ (4G and 5G) were originally scheduled to get Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 in March. Cut to now, Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is now intercepting OneUI 3.1 with build number BUA8 with a download size of 2442.56MB that you can download via and flash it on your device right away. Note that this is an OTA rollout and thus, it would take some time to actually roll out in batch-by-batch manner. [Source]

Update as of January 25: As per the latest update, the OneUI 3.1 is now arriving on Samsung Galaxy S7+ 5G and has recently been spotted in Thailand with build number BUA8 based on Android 11. It brings a plenty of features including Wireless Keyboard Sharing, Second Screen and Auto Switch aboard. [Source]

Update as of January 26: Well, the South Korean giant is now rolling out Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 on Samsung Galaxy S7+ 5G in Germany. This update is arriving via OTA weighing at 2.4GB and with January 2021 security patch to go with.

Update as of January 26: As per the latest update in place, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G locked with T-Mobile in the U.S. is now being tested with an OneUI 3.0 baeer Android 11 build. This puts it that the update is near although there’s no ETA. . [Source]

Update as of January 29: As per the latest information available, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ Wi-FI only variant in the United States is now intercepting Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 update. This was confirmed by a user on Reddit. Furthermore, reports of it intercepting in Italy surfaced as well. [Source 1, 2]

#2: According to the latest information, Verizon is now pushing out Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 on Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G in the United States. The update is arriving with the January 2021 security patch and with a build number BUA9.

Update as of February 05: Based on the latest information coming from Reddit and SamMobile’s database, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is now intercepting Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 update in Australia and Germany as well.  [Source 1, 2]

Update as of March 01: According to the latest user report, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G units in Australia are now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7

Update as of April 5: Based on the latest update, the OneUI 3.1 on Galaxy Tab A7 is likely to arrive between the period May 18 and June 18, 2021. Since this is coming from a Turkish portal, it is likely that the schedule that they have mentioned here is for the Turkish Galaxy Tab A7 only.  [Source]

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus/5G

The Plus variant of the standard Galaxy S20 is exponentially powerful. The phone arrived with Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 out-of-the-box and no doubt it will get further Android 11 and Android 12 updates as well. Talking about Android 11, the device is highly likely to get the upgrade sometime in November 2020 although we are still waiting for official confirmation.

Update as of February 27: According to the latest update, the Galaxy S20+ units in the U.S. locked with US Cellular are now getting upgraded to Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 as it has been spotted by a user on Reddit. [Source]

Update as of March 04: Based on the latest information, the Galaxy S20+ is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update with version number G98xBXXU6DUB5 and users in Syria, Jordan, and Iraq are picking it up.

Update as of March 5: According to the new update coming from AT&T support page, it is now rolling out a new Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 update with February 2021 security patch on the carrier-locked devices. The update is being released via FOTA as mentioned with version number DUB5 and has a file size of 1.6GB that users are required to download and install on their devices.   [Source]

Update as of March 12: With the latest information in mind, it is confirmed that Samsung Galaxy S20+ is now getting upgraded to Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 in South Africa and Brazil based on user reports.  [Source]

Samsung Galaxy A42 5G

Update as of March 12: Based on the latest piece of details available, Galaxy A42 5G from Samsung is now getting upgraded with Android 11 with OneUI 3.1 skin on top as per fresh reports. [Source]

Update as of March 24: Keeping the latest information in mind, the Samsung Galaxy A42 is now picking up the latest OneUI 3.1 skin in the UK on units locked with Vodafone. The update is following the usual airborne channel and releasing on units in a batch-by-batch manner with firmware version number BUB7 along with February 2021 security patch level. The update was spotted on SamMobile’s database. [Source]

Update as of March 31: Looks like Samsung Galaxy A42 5G users in Malaysia (South East Asia) are now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 upgrade via OTA. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy S20/5G

Samsung Galaxy S20, the successor for last year’s Galaxy S10 series. The device boosts exceptional specifications no doubt. It arrived with Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 a few weeks ago. No doubt it is in tow to get Android 11-based OneUI 3.0. Samsung hasn’t updated the timeline yet but it is highly likely to get the update in November 2020. The phone will also get Android 12 next year without any doubt.

Update as of January 11: Based on the latest intel available, Samsung Galaxy S20 5G users in the UK with O2 network are now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0. This was confirmed by a user on Twitter. Note that if you are in the UK with Galaxy S20 5G and O2 network and still haven’t received the update, you will have to wait for some time as the updates are usually released in batch-by-batch manner and thus, would take some time reaching you. [Source]

Update as of February 10: Based on the latest development, an Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 test build has been discovered on Galaxy S20 with build number DUB1. Note that it is a test build and that means the public update is yet to be rolled out. [Source]

Update as of February 22: According to the latest update, the Samsung Galaxy S20 units in the Netherlands are now intercepting Android 11-backed OneUI 3.1 update on both T-Mobile and Vodafone-locked devices in the country. The incoming update comes with build number DUB5. The February 2021 security patch level was issued earlier and thus, there’s no change in the security level.

Update as of February 23: As per the latest update, Samsung Galaxy S20 is now getting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in India. The update bearing version G98xFXXU6DUB5 carries a package size of 1246.69 MB and it is rolling out via OTA  to Galaxy S20 units. The update also brings eSIM support to the device in India allowing users to pair up an additional eSIM on top of the SIM cards slots available on the device. [Source]

Update as of February 27: Looks like the Galaxy S20 units in the U.S. locked with the US Cellular are now getting upgraded to Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update via OTA. This was recently confirmed by a user on Reddit. [Source]

Update as of March 5: According to the latest update, the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G in the U.S. with model number G981U is now getting upgraded to Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 with a February 2021 security patch level. It is being rolled out by a major telecom carrier AT&T in the country. The update comes with build number DUB5 and weighs at 1.5GB available via FOTA method.  [Source]

Update as of March 12: Based on what the user reports are producing, the Galaxy S20 is now intercepting Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 in South Africa and Brazil.

Update as of March 20: As per the latest information provided, the OneUI 3.1 update has been spotted on T-Mobile with firmware version DUB5. The update is arriving with February 2021 security patch weighing at 1625.64MB in size. [Source ]

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip / 5G

The latest Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is probably the next lineup to get the update after the S20 series. Since it was launched in February with Android 10 out-of-the-box, there’s no doubt it will get its first major Android OS update to Android 11 in a few weeks once Android 11 is official. As per an unofficial timeline, it could get the update via OTA in January 2021.

Update as of February 10: As per the latest development, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is now taking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 as a test build as spotted. [Source]

Update as of February 18: Based on the latest intel, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is now releasing Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update with version number DUB4 in Australia.It’s 5G variant is getting the OneUI 3.1 update in the UK as well.  [Source]

Update as of February 19: The Indian Galaxy Z Flip users can take a breath of relief as the device is now intercepting the latest OneUI 3.1 update based on Android 11. The update that weighs at 1323.44MB bears version number DUB4 and it is arriving via OTA to the users. This was confirmed by a user on Samsung’s community forum as well. [Source]

Update as of February 20: According to the latest update, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is now getting upgraded to Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 in South Korea. This was recently confirmed by users on Samsung’s Korean community forum. [Source 1, 2]

Update as of February 23: Based on the latest update, the Samsung Galaxy S20 is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in Italy. This was tipped by a user. 

#2: Another update states that the OneUI 3.1 has been spotted on Galaxy S20 in Bulgaria as well.

Update as of February 25: According to the update, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is now picking up OneUI 3.1 update based on Android 11 in these regions – Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Morocco, and Iraq

Update as of February 27: According to the update posted by Rogers software update page, the Galaxy Z Flip is all-set to get Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 upgrade on March 2, 2021. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus/5G

Next up, the Galaxy Note10 Plus is also a flagship device just like its 5G variant. This gives it an upper hand when it comes to Android updates so yes, it will receive Android 11 as well which will be its second upgrade after Android 10. THere’s no official confirmation yet but the devices are likely to get their OS upgrade sometime in November 2020.

Update as of February 1: Well, based on the latest information available, Samsung has finally ended the beta program on Galaxy Note 10+ in Korea. It has also released Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 stable update on the units in the country at the time of writing this. [Source]

Update as of February 05: As per the latest information coming in, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 update with version number DUA3 and file size of 2GB. [Source]

#2: Apparently, OneUI 3.0 is now dropping on Galaxy Note 10+ in South Africa with build number as ETLL.

Update as of February 9: Apparently, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is now intercepting OneUI 3.0 based on Android 11 on Sprint in the U.S. This was confirmed by a user on Reddit. Apart from that, the T-Mobile variant of Galaxy Note 10+ is intercepting the OneUI 3.0 update as well. [Source]

#2: As per the latest intel, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is now picking up Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 in China. [Source]

Update as of February 10: Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is now picking up Android 11-backed OneUI 3.0 update on its unlocked variant in the U.S. This update is arriving via OTA method and user reported intercepting the same as well. [Source]

Update as of February 25: According to the latest update, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Morocco, and Iraq

Update as of March 03: According to Samsung community forum, Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is now intercepting OneUI 3.1 update with version number FUBD/FUBD/FUB9 weighing in at 1012.80MB and has the latest March 2021 security patch attached to it. [Source]

Update as of March 23: Based on what we know for now, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 updates on Fido, Koodo, TELUS, and Rogers as well as unlocked variants are getting their update too in Canada. The update is arriving with March 2021 security patch level and has FUBH software version on-board. [Source]

Update as of March 29: Based on the latest update, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is picking up Android 11 upgrade on its unlocked variants in the U.S. 

Update as of April 12: Good news for Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G users in the UK as the device is now intercepting Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 on the unlocked variants at the time of writing this. The update carries a download size of 1202.20MB and has a FUCD build number associated with it as per user reports that were posted on Reddit. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy Note10/5G

The device made its debut in August 2019 with Android 9.0 Pie under-the-hood based OneUI. Galaxy Note10 similar to all the other Note10 series devices is up for its second major AndroidOS upgrade from Android 9 to Android 10 and now, it will be Android 11 sometime in November 2020. This is based on an unofficial timeline so take it with a pinch of salt.

Update as of March 12: Based on a Redditor, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is already running on Android 11-backed OneUI 3.1 update in Greece. There’s no doubt that the update rolling out in the country is airborne and also, rolling out in batches so users will have to wait for a few days to get their hands on the same. [Source]

Update as of March 23: So, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is now picking up Android 11-flavored OneUI 3.1 update in Canada at the time of writing this. It has arrived on telecom carrier-locked devices including Fido, Koodo, Rogers, and TELUS as well as unlocked devices are getting their share of updates as well. This information comes from SamMobile’s database wherein the device is getting FUBH software update with March 2021 security patch on-board. [Source]

Update as of March 24: Looks like Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is now upgrading to Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in Singapore. The update carries version number FUBD/FUBD/FUBB and has a package size of 1040.13MB. The update is argalaxy ariving with the latest March 2021 security patch embedded with it and as usual, the update is being released via OTA. [Source]

Update as of March 29: Looks like Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 has reached more unlocked units of Galaxy Note 10 in the U.S. as well. 

Update as of April 12: Looks like Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in UK on the unlocked variants with April 2021 security patch. Since Galaxy Note 10 belongs to the same series, it is highly likely that the update is arriving on the standard variant as well. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite was released a few months after the Note10 series. It arrived with Android 10 and there’s no doubt that it will get Android 11 for sure. The official timeline is yet unavailable but it is estimated to get the upgrade in Q1 2021. Let’s keep our fingers crossed until more information.

#2: Based on the latest intel, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is now getting Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 in Sri Lanka. [Source]

Update as of January 27: Based on the latest information available, Samsung is now rolling out Android 11-backed OneUI 3.0 update on Galaxy Note 10 Lite  in France. This was confirmed by a user intercepting the same. The update bears build number DUA8 along with the latest January 2021 security patch to go with and the update is rolling out via OTA. [Source]

Update as of February 06: According to the latest update, the OneUI 3.0 is now live on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 in many countries which includes Hong Kong, Spain, Philippines, Sri Lanka, India, Germany, Pakistan, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Iraq, Israel, Portugal, and Thailand as per the report. [Source]

Update as of February 9: According to the latest update, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite in Bosnia is now getting upgraded to Android 11 along with units in the UK as per the user reports. Apart from that, telecom carrier EE has released Android 11 upgraded in the UK too as it was recently spotted on SamMobile’s database. [Source   1, 2, 3]

Update as of February 11: If you are a O2 Galaxy Note 10 Lite user, you are in for a treat as the device is now bagging Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 update at the time of writing this. The update as said is rolling out on O2 network units in the United Kingdom. 

Update as of March 03: According to the latest report that has been spotted online, South Korean giant Samsung is now rolling out the OneUI 3.1 update on Galaxy Note 10 Lite in France as of now. The update is rolling out via version EUB3. 

Update as of March 5: After a long wait, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite has finally bagged the Android 11 update in India with Samsung’s OneUI 3.0 skin on top of it. The update is arriving with firmware version N770FXXU7EUB3 and weighs around 1147.17MB. Since it is an OTA rollout, it should take some time to finally arrive on your device as a part of its batch-by-batch rollout. The update is rolling out with a March 2021 security patch attached to it. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite

Talking about Galaxy S10 Lite, the device made it official last year with Android 10 out-of-the-box, unlike the entire Galaxy S10 range. The device is in tow to get bumped to Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 sometime in Q1 2021. This is between January to March in 2021 although there’s no intel from Samsung at the moment.

Update as of December 30: Based on a user report on Reddit, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 in Bulgaria via OTA as usual. Users will have to get the OTA notification which usually takes a few days or so since updates are released in a batch manner.  [Source]

Update as of January 04: According to the latest update, Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is reportedly running Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 in Indonesia. This comes from various reports. It is being reported that the update will arrive widely in India too as per the sources. 

Update as of March 6: Turns out Android 11-based ColorOS 3.1 is now arriving on Galaxy S10 Lite in Spain with firmware version G770FXXU4EUBA via the airborne method as usual. This was reported by SamMobile.

Update as of March 9: According to this piece of information, Galaxy S10  Lite is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in India with version number EUBA/EUB9/EUB9 weighing at 1358.70MB and has a March 2021 security patch tagged to it. This comes from Samsung’s community forum that confirms the interception. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

Galaxy S10 series is no exception since all the phones under the series will be bumped to Android 11-based OneUI 3.0. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus was launched with Android 9.0 Pie so it will be its second upgrade and an unofficial yet trusted timeline suggests it could be in Q1 2021 just like other S10-series smartphones.

In a separate update, if you are a Samsung Galaxy S10+ user in India, you are in for a treat as users in the country are reporting receiving an Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 update. Since the updates are released via OTA in a batch-by-batch manner, your unit could be the next to get the update in a process that could take a few weeks if not more. [Source 1, 2]

Update as of February 27: According to the latest update, an Android 11 has been spotted on Galaxy S10+ units in Zimbabwe as well. This was confirmed by a user report on Reddit. [Source]

Update as of March 02: According to the latest report, the Galaxy S10+ units in Belgium, Romania, and the Netherlands are now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update for the unbranded and unlocked versions. It carries build number G97FXXU9FUBD and has a March 2021 security patch attached to it.

Update as of March 10: Based on SamFrew’s database and user reports, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ is now picking up OneUI 3.1 in multiple countries which includes the United Kingdom, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, India, and Germany.  [Source 1, 2, 3]

Update as of March 20: Well, if you are a Samsung Galaxy S10+ user paired with either TELUS or Fido in Canada, you are in for a treat as the device is scheduled to get Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update on March 30.

Update as of March 30: Looks like the Samsung Galaxy S10+ units in Iraq are getting their Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update for the first time. The incoming update was spotted on Samsung’s community forum and brings along March 2021 security patch at 837.16MB size and with version number FUBD. [Source]

#2: In a separate update, the Galaxy S10+ is picking up Android 11-backed OneUI 3.1 update in Canada with a size of 975.12MB. The update arriving with build number GUBG has a March 2021 security patch as well. The catch is, there’s no wireless DeX feature available with Galaxy S10 series. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy S10/5G

The powerful beast Galaxy S10 arrived in March 2019 with its Snapdragon 855 chipset making a roar to ward off its rivals. With Android 9.0 Pie, the device upgraded to Android 10-based OneUI 2.1. Now, it is in tow to get its second major OS upgrade to Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 sometime in Q1 2021 although Samsung hasn’t confirmed the date yet.

Update as of March 03: According to the latest intel, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in Korea as per fresh user reports. The update is arriving via OTA. [Source]

#2: In a separate update, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is now picking up Android 11-flavored OneUI 3.0 update in Australia on units sold by Telstra in the country. The update carries a January 2021 security patch along with download size of 1886.24MB and has a EUA4/EUA5/EUA4 build number associated with it.

Update as of March 10: Samsung is now rolling out Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in various countries including Sri Lanka, Nepal, India, Germany, the UK, and Bangladesh as per SamFrew’s database. This is based on user reports that confirm the incoming updates on these variants. [Source 1, 2, 3]

Update as of March 20: If you are a Fido Samsung Galaxy S10 user, you are in for a treat as the telecom giant in Canada has now confirmed that it will be releasing Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update on March 30 in Canada. The update will go live via OTA as usual.

Update as of March 25: South Korean giant Samsung is now releasing Android 11-backed OneUI 3.1 update on Galaxy S10 5G locked with Verizon. The update actually began on March 24 with a FUC1 software version and comes with a March 2021 security patch along with it.

Update as of March 30: Looks like Galaxy S10 is also picking up Android 11 update in Canada as the Galaxy S10+ has already received the same at the time of writing this.  [Source]

Update as of April 1: Turns out the Wireless DeX on-board OneUI 3.1 that arrived on Galaxy S10 in Canada is there and earlier claims were false. This was rectified by a user over another response on Twitter. Although the user does mention that the Google Feed may not be active on OneUI 3.1 on Galaxy S10 in Canada. 

Update as of April 15: Looks like the Samsung Galaxy S10 is now picking up OneUI 3.1 update based on Android 11 in Brazil as per a user report posted on Reddit.

Samsung Galaxy S10e

The affordable yet powerful Galaxy S10e gaarrived in February 2019 with Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box. As per an unofficial timeline, the device is getting ready to receive an Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 update in the first quarter of 2021 although the specific date remains unavailable. This will be the second major update after Android 10 so probably the last upgrade of its lifetime.

Update as of February 24: The South African Galaxy S10e users can rejoice as the device is now picking up Android 11-backed OneUI 3.0 update in the country with build number G97xFXXU9EUA4 and has January 2021 embedded with it. 

Update as of February 26: If you are a Samsung Galaxy S10e user in Europe, you could be getting Android 11-backed OneUI 3.1 update next. This is because Galaxy S10+ has already intercepted the update and both Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e are likely to follow the suit.  [Source]

Update as of February 27: The Samsung Galaxy S10e is now getting upgraded to Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 in Zimbabwe. This comes from a Reddit user who confirmed the same on Galaxy S10 and since S10e is from the same variant, it is likely to get the update during the same time as well. [Source]

Update as of March 02: According to the update, Samsung Galaxy S10e is now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update for the unlocked/unbranded variants with build number G97FXXU9FUBD and has March 2021 security patch attached to it. The update is available via OTA. 

Update as of March 03: The Galaxy S10e is now getting upgraded to Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in Europe. With that being said, the users will get the OTA update on their devices in a batch-by-batch manner. The user has since been spotted in Italy, Turkey, and Norway at the time of writing this. [Source]

Update as of March 10: Turns out Samsung Galaxy S10e is now getting upgraded to Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 in many parts of the world including the UK, Sri Lanka, Nepal, India, Bangladesh, and Germany as per the sources.  [Source 1, 2, 3]

Update as of March 20: Based on the update, the Galaxy S10e will commence picking up Android 11-backed OneUI 3.1 skin from March 30 via OTA as usual. 

Update as of March 30: It appears as the Samsung Galaxy S10e is now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 upgrade in Canada with a size of almost 975.12MB. This is because the Galaxy S10+ got the upgrade now and since the S10e belongs to the same series, it is expected to get the update as well. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy S9

Update as of December 12: When a user asked about the Android 11 update on Samsung Galaxy S9, a Samsung Support rep said that the Android 11 is being tested on Galaxy S9. The device is out of support period as Samsung usually releases 2 major upgrades on flagship phones. It recently upgraded its policy to push 3 major OS upgrades although Galaxy S9 doesn’t makes a cut. Thus, it remains to be seen how much of the Support rep’s words are credible in this story. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy S9+

Update as of December 12: There’s a good for Samsung Galaxy S9+ users. Contrary to what was believed that S9+ will not get Android 11, it is apparently testing Android 11 build. This comes from a Samsung Support rep according to which, the Android 11 build on Galaxy S9+ is under testing phase. Though there’s no ETA av

ailable yet, S9+ users can finally take a few deep breaths and hope that the update arrives soon. For now, take it with a pinch of salt. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy F41

Update as of January 28: According to the latest update, the Samsung Galaxy F41 will intercept Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 update in India with build number BUAC. The update arrives with the January 2021 security patch appended to it. Note that it is an OTA rollout and thus, it would still take some time for the update to arrive on all units. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G

The classic Galaxy Fold 5G, the first device to sport a foldable display was released with Android 9.0 Pie and has been upgraded to Android 10. The device is likely to get its second and probably last update to Android 11 sometime in the first quarter of 2021 i.e. between January and March 2021.

Update as of January 9: Based on the latest piece of information available, TELUS has mentioned that it will commence rolling  out OneUI 3.0 on Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G on January 20. As usual, it will be a batched rollout and thus, users will have to wait for the update to arrive sporadically. [Source]

Update as of March 03: Based on the latest info, the Samsung Galaxy Fold units in South Korea are now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update as some of the users reported receiving the same. [Source]

Update as of March 04: According to a fresh report, it is highlighted that the unlocked variant of Galaxy Fold 5G is picking up OneUI 3.1 update in the United Kingdom with build number EUBF. The update comes with a February 2021 patch tagged with it and it is rolling out via a batch-by-batch OTA method. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy Fold

The 4G variant of the foldable Samsung Galaxy Fold, launched last year with Android 9.0 Pie after a series of failures, is expected to be bumped to Android 11 (Android 10 already received) sometime in Q1 2021 same as its 5G variant. At the moment, the official timeline isn’t available so take it with a pinch of salt.

Update as of January 20: According to the latest intel, Samsung Galaxy Fold is now taking up OneUI 3.0 upgrade in the Philippines and Norway according to user reports. [Source 1, 2]

Update as of February 6: According to the details shared by Vodafone itself, it has scheduled testing Android 11 build on Samsung Galaxy Fold 4G which is the latest information we have about the new update and Fold 4G. [Source]

Update as of February 10: Based on the latest piece of information, the Samsung Galaxy Fold users are now getting upgraded to Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 in New Zealand as per the newest news. [Source]

Update as of February 25: The Samsung Galaxy Fold is now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 upgrade on the device with firmware version number F900FXXU4EUBF and has March 2021 security patch associated with it. [Source]

Update as of March 18: If you are a Samsung Galaxy Fold user in the U.S. paired with AT&T and Verizon telecom carrier. The incoming update bears version number EUBF for both unlocked and AT&T as well as Verizon variant. This comes from a database from SamMobile that you can read more about here.

Samsung Galaxy A01

Even though it is a budget smartphone, it was still launched with Android 10 out-of-the-box. This raises the chances of it getting bumped to Android 11 and as per an unofficial timeline, it could get the update by Q3 2020 or between July and September 2020. Perhaps, we should wait until Samsung’s official roadmap isn’t available.

Update as of April 24: Newest development reveals that the Samsung Galaxy A01 is now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update at the time of writing this. The update arrives with version number A015FXXU4BUD8 as per SamMobile’s database and carries April 2021 security patch with it. Note that the update has arrived in Russia even before it was slated to receive it in May or June this year. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy A12

Update as of April 5: Based on what we just came to know with a courtesy of a Turkish Samsung portal, the Galaxy A12 is all set to get Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 between the period May 12 and June 12, 2021. 

Samsung Galaxy A10s

Galaxy A10s is a budget smartphone that was released in August 2019 running on Android 9.0 Pie at the time. The device is waiting for its Android 10 update. It may or may not receive Android 11.

Samsung Galaxy A10

As Galaxy A10 is getting its upgrade from Pie to Android 10, it is likely that the device could end up receiving Android 11 as well before its two-years support ends. But let’s wait for the official confirmation first.

Samsung Galaxy A11

The Samsung Galaxy A11 is the latest in the A-series released in April 2020. It is a budget phone with Android 10 out-of-the-box. This makes it probably in the line of devices that might get the Android 11 upgrade. Perhaps even if it receives it, the update could be it’s first & late. There’s no official confirmation from Samsung yet so let’s keep our fingers crossed.

Update as of April 5: Based on the latest information that we have come across, the Galaxy A11 is slated to pick up OneUI 3.1 update between the period May 5 and June 5, 2021. This comes from a Turkish website which means the said schedule is likely reserved for the Turkish units only.

Samsung Galaxy A02s

Update as of April 5: Based on the latest intel, the Samsung Galaxy A02s is slated to pick up OneUI 3.1 update between May 10 and June 10, 2021. This comes from a Turkish website which hints that this is likely limited to Turkish units only. 

Samsung Galaxy A20s

With Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box, the Galaxy A20s will be upgrading to Android 10 in June this year as per the time of writing this. The phone is among the tonnes of other Samsung devices that might get an update. Talking about A20s, it could receive the update in Q2 2021 or Q3 2021 but we don’t know for sure at this moment.

Samsung Galaxy A20e

Unlike Galaxy A20, the Galaxy A20e has a higher chance of getting upgraded to Android 11 although the timeline remains unavailable at the moment.

Samsung Galaxy A20

The device made its debut with Android 9.0 Pie that marks it as a potential Android 11 recipient. At the end of the day, it may or may not receive an Android 11 upgrade.

Samsung Galaxy A21s

Update as of March 30: According to the latest update, the Samsung Galaxy A21s is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3 update two months ahead of its planned schedule. The update comes with version number CUC7 and the update is arriving in South Korea. [Source]

Update as of March 31: According to the latest update coming from Samsung’s South Korean community forum, the Galaxy A21s is picking up OneUI 3.1 skin on top of Android 11 via OTA. [Source]

Update as of April 5: Looks like Galaxy A21s is scheduled to get OneUI 3.1 between April 19 to May 19, 2021. This comes from a Turkish Samsung website which means the schedule mentioned above is probably for the Turkish variants.

Update as of April 21: Based on the latest update, the Samsung Galaxy A21s is now picking up Android 11-bundled OneUI Core 3.1 update in India at the time of writing this. The update arrives with build number CUD4 and carries March 2021 security patch with it. [Source]

#2: In a separate update, the Galaxy A21s is also intercepting the Android 11-flavored OneUI 3.1 update in Chile and Mexico as well.

Update as of April 22: The Galaxy A21s users in Bangladesh can take a breath of relief as the OneUI 3.1 is finally arriving on their model after a user confirmed the same. The update should take a few days before arriving on all the units so be a little patient. [Source]

Update as of April 23: Based on the latest information, the Galaxy A21s units in South Africa are getting their due OneUI 3.1 based on Android 11 update so far. According to SamMobile, the incoming firmware on Galaxy A21s in the country carries version number CUD4. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy A21

Samsung Galaxy A21 is the latest in the A-series and runs on Android 10 out-of-the-box. The South Korean hasn’t confirmed it yet but it might receive the update to Android 11 although the timeline is unavailable.

Samsung Galaxy A30s

The phone made its debut last year in August at the same time when the flagship Note10 series arrived. The phone arrives with Android 9.0 Pie and it is already upgraded to Android 10 based OneUI 2. The phone is in line to get its second and last upgrade to Android 11 sometime in Q3 2021 which is between July and September next year or around a year after Android 11 launches in Aug/Sep 2020 but take it with a pinch of salt.

Samsung Galaxy A30

Samsung Galaxy A30 was released with Android 9.0 Pie out of the box. According to the latest update, it has already received Android 10. It is also among the others in line to get upgraded to Android 11. As per an unofficial roadmap, it could get the update as early as Q3 2021 if in case it gets it.

Update as of April 5: Based on the latest information that we have w.r.t. OneUI 3.1 arriving on Galaxy A30, the latter is slated to get OneUI 3.1 skin between the period May 26 and June 26, 2021. Since the schedule stemmed from a Turkish Samsung portal, it is highly likely that the said schedule is reserved for Turkish variants of Galaxy A30 only.  

Samsung Galaxy A31

Galaxy A31 made its debut in March this year with Android 10 similar to its sibling Galaxy A41. Since the phone arrived with Android 10 out-of-the-box, it is likely to get Android 11 R although we don’t know when exactly it will get the update but be assured it will be soon once Android 11 is made official in August/September 2020.

Update as of April 5: Apparently, the Turkish variant of Galaxy A31 is slated to get OneUI 3.1 upgrade between April 20 and May 20, 2021. This comes from a Turkish Samsung portal.  

Update as of April 19: The South Korean giant is now releasing Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update on Samsung Galaxy A31 in its home country aka Korea. The update comes with build number CUD3 and carries a weight of 2036.12MB. The update is also released with the latest April 2021 security patch with it. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy A40

Launched in April 2019, the Galaxy A40 is expected to get upgraded to Android 11 R sometime in the third quarter of 2021 i.e. between July and September 2021. Keep your fingers crossed and wait for the official confirmation.

Update as of March 22: According to the latest update, the Samsung Galaxy A40 is reportedly receiving OneUI 3.1 update as per SamMobile’s database. The update has been spotted in Europe and specifically, the update has been spotted on units from Vodafone in Germany. The incoming update carries version number CUC2 and has March 2021 security patch associated with it. [Source]

Update as of March 29: Based on the information that we have received, the Galaxy A40 is now picking up OneUI 3.1 with Android 11 on its Russian variant at the time of writing this. Note that the update released carries version number CUC2 and was spotted on SamMObile database.

Update as of April 2: Looks like Samsung is now seeding out OneUI 3.1 update on Samsung Galaxy A40 at the time of writing this. The update has a size of 2061MB and has March 2021 security patch level on-board. The incoming update carries CUC2 build number and the update is arriving via OTA to the eligible users. 

Update as of April 12: Well, it turns out Samsung Galaxy A40 is now picking up OneUI 3.1 update in its home country Korea. The Android 11-powered update is arriving on the device with build number CUC8 as per users who posted the reports on Samsung’s Korean community forums. [Source]

Update as of April 19: The latest update from various sources confirm that Samsung Galaxy A40 has intercepted OneUI 3.1 based on Android 11 in Ireland, Portugal, Netherlands, and a few other countries.

Samsung Galaxy A41

The South Korean giant released Galaxy A41 in March this year with Android 10 out-of-the-box. Since the phone just arrived, it is highly likely that the device will get its first major Android OS update i.e. Android 11 based OneUI 3.0. Perhaps the timeline for the update is not available but let’s be assured that it will surely get the upgrade.

Samsung Galaxy A50

Released in February 2019, the Samsung Galaxy A50 is currently running on Android 10 based OneUI 2.0. It is also in line to get Android 10 sometime in Q3 2021 although we should wait for the official confirmation.

Update as of April 2: According to the latest update, the Samsung Galaxy A50 is now picking up Android 11-backed OneUI 3.1 update in Spain, Greece, Croatia, Sweden, and Austria at the time of writing this. 

Update as of April 6: According to the latest piece of details we have, Verizon is now seeding OneUI 3.1 update based on Android 11 on Galaxy A50 in the United States. The incoming update carries version number A505USQBDUC2 and has a March 2021 security patch. With that being said, the update arriving via OTA as usual and other carriers will join the wagon soon. #2: In a separate update, Samsung Galaxy A50 has spotted OneUI 3.1 update in Mexico and Belarus at the time of writing this. The former carries version number A505GDXU7CUBC and has a March 2021 security patch with it. [Source]

Update as of April 10: According to the software update schedule posted by Canadian telecom giant TELUS, the Galaxy A50 is all set to get its hands on Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update on April 20. Note that Galaxy A50 has already received the update in many parts of the world. [Source]

Update as of April 13: Based on the software updates page of Koodo in Canada, the Galaxy A50 is slated to get Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 on April 20. This goes in line our previous update for unlocked Galaxy A50 units in Canada that will get their hands on the update on April 20 as well. 

Update as of April 19: Based on the latest update, the Samsung Galaxy A40 is now picking up OneUI 3.1 update based on the latest Android 11 in Poland. [Source]

Update as of April 21: Well, the Galaxy A50 users in Canada have started receiving the Android 11-powered OneUi 3.1 update in the country. [Source]

#2: In a separate update,the Samsung Galaxy A50 is picking up the same OneUI 3.1 based on Android 11 update in Peru.

Update as of April 22: Looks like Galaxy A50 variant in Czech Republic is next in line to get their hands on Android 11-flavored OneUI 3.1 update as the update has been spotted in the country by users who posted te same on Reddit.

Samsung Galaxy A50s

Released in August 2019, the Galaxy A50s was launched with Android Pie on-board and has been upgraded to Android 10 a few weeks ago. The device is a mid-ranger and is expected to get its second and last update to the upcoming Android 11 probably in Q3 2021 although we aren’t sure of the official timeline yet.

Update as of March 15: Based on the latest information coming from a conversation between a user and a Samsung support staff, the Galaxy A50s is scheduled to get Android 11-powered OneUI .1 update on April 21 in India. Although this cannot be considered as 100 percent, it is coming from a source that has a bag mix of intels. Also, the unit in Vietnam is also receiving the update at the time of writing this which puts a great emphasis on the Indian release. [Source]

Update as of March 15: Based on the information we have at the time of writing this, the OneUI 3.1 is now available in multiple regions such as Loas, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Philippines, Thailand, Myanmar, and Indonesia via OTA.

#3: We earlier reported that the OneUI 3.1 update on Samsung Galaxy A50s is scheduled to arrive on April 21 in India. However, seems like the news wasn’t completely true as the South Korean giant has already started releasing Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update with version number DUB6 and carries a weight of 1803.50MB. The update is releasing via the airborne channel as usual and yes, Samsung hasn’t updated its software update page yet at least at the time of writing this. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy A51

The Samsung Galaxy A51 LTE variant made its debut in December 2019 with Android 10 OS on-board. This is among the few Samsung devices that arrived with Android 10. As per an unofficial timeline, it could get bumped to Android 11 in Q2 2021 i.e. April to June. Take it with a pinch of salt.

Update as of April 10: Based on the latest information available, the Samsung Galaxy A51 is all set to get Android 11 update in Canada after TELUS updated its software update page. [Source]

Update as of April 13: Looks like the OneUI 3.1 update on the Samsung Galaxy A51 has reached Bosnia, Indonesia, and Herzegovina too at the time of writing this. The update is arriving via OTA as usual. 

Update as of April 14: Based on the latest update that we have come across, the Galaxy A51 is INdia is now picking up OneUI 3.1 skin on top of Android 11 in India via the Smart Switch tool. This update is OTA and thus, it will arrive over the air in a batch-by-batch basis, however, it is yet to go live so you will have to wait for some time to get your hands on the update for sure. [Source]

Update as of April 15: According to the information that we have now, the Samsung Galaxy A51 is now picking up OneUI 3.1 update in Malaysia. 

Update as of April 21: The Samsung Galaxy A51 is now picking up OneUI 3.1 update in Canada at the time of writing this. [Source]

Update as of April 22: The Galaxy A51 variant in Iran is now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update whereby a user confirmed its interception on Reddit.  

Update as of April 23: Finally good news for Samsung Galaxy A51 users as the Android 11-backed OneUI 3.1 is now rolling out in Bangladesh as well. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy A51 5G

Samsung released the 5G version of Galaxy A51 after almost four months. The device arrives with Android 10 out-of-the-box which raises it probably by getting the update pretty quick. AS per an unofficial Android 11 roadmap, Galaxy A51 (4G) will get the update in Q2 2021 so I am really hoping that the 5G version gets it in Q4 2020 or Q1 2021.

Update as of January 11: Based on the latest update as posted on Samsung;s community forums, the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G is now intercepting the second beta version of OneUI 3.0 in South Korea as per a user.  [Source]

Update as of January 20: Based on the latest intel, the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G is now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 third beta update available for beta testers. The update is arriving with build number ZUA6 and the update is rolling out via OTA. [Source]

Update as of February 8: According to the latest information coming from Samsung and Verizon, the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G is now getting upgraded to OneUI 3.0. I am talking about Galaxy A51 5G units that are subscribed to Verizon with model number SM-A516V and it is getting the update with build number CUA3. As per the update is concerned, it is arriving via OTA on Verizon-locked Galaxy A51 5G devices. Note that the update is available for the 5G variant only. [Source]

Update as of February 23: Apparently, Samsung has released a new beta update for the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G users in South Korea. This update comes with Android 11 with OneUI 3.1 skin on top of it and with ZUB6 build number. [Source]

Update as of February 27: Apparently, major telecom carrier AT&T has now confirmed that it is rolling out Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update on Galaxy A51 5G units. The update comes with a February 2021 security patch and it is rolling out via OTA. [Source]

Update as of March 02: Citing some issues with the Android 11-flavored updates rollout, Samsung has tweaked its roadmap in its home country according to which, the A51 5G will get the update in April 2021. [Source]

Update as of March 18: According to the latest update, the South Korean tech giant has now announced that it is now rolling out stable OneUI 3.1 skin based on Android 11 on Samsung Galaxy A51 5G in Korea. The incoming update bears version number CUC4 and it is arriving via airborne method as usual. Note that the update does carry the March 2021 security patch with it and some users have also intercepted the update at the time of writing this.

Update as of March 24: If you are a Samsung Galaxy A51 5G user locked with Verizon, you are now getting upgraded with OneUI 3.1 in the U.S. Major telecom carrier Verizon is now releasing the Android 11 powered update on the device with March 2021 security patch with it and carries software version DUC1. The update brings a lot of features on-board including Eye Comfort Shield, Wireless DeX, Game Booster, Shot Customization and so on.

Samsung Galaxy A60

Another phone from the A-series from Samsung, the Galaxy A60 has already received its Android 10 update. Since the phone launched in June 2019, it is still in two-years support so it might receive an Android 11 R update as well.

Update as of April 15: The Samsung Galaxy A60 is now pulling up Android 11 upgrade as per the latest update. With build number A6060ZCU3CUD3 and March 2021 security patch, the incoming update is being seeded in China before it moves to other markets. Users will get the OTA notification once the update has been served or they can check it via Settings >> Software Update. [Source]

Update as of April 21: Based on the information that we have just received, the Samsung Galaxy A60 is picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in Hong Kong and Taiwan at the time of writing this. 

Samsung Galaxy A70s

The device made its debut in September 2019 with Android 9.0 Pie on-board. It is likely to get its Android 11 upgrade after receiving Android 10 recently. We don’t know exactly when it will get the OS upgrade but as per an official roadmap, it would be around Q2 2021.

Update as of September 07: A reputable leakster Max J tweeted that Samsung is testing out Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 build on Samsung Galaxy A70s as of now. There’s no update on when to expect it but it should arrive soon probably by the end of this year for a few flagship devices.   [Source]

Samsung Galaxy A70

The South Korean giant launched Galaxy A70 in April 2019 with Android 9.0 Pie on-board. Being a premium mid-ranger, the device is likely to get its second major Android OS update i.e. Android 11 probably in Q2 2021 i.e. between April and June next year.

Update as of April 1: Based on what we know so far coming from a user report, the Galaxy A70 is now rejoicing with OneUI 3.1 update in Greece. 

#2: W.r.t the latest user report, Galaxy A70 is picking up Android 11-bundled OneUI 3.1 update in Sri Lanka as well. 

#3: In a separate update, it is now confirmed that the OneUI 3.1 update has been spotted in both Pakistan and Luxembourg at the time of writing this.

Update as of April 2: Well, turns out Android 11 is now being seeding onto the Galaxy A70 units in Brazil as per user reports

Update as of April 3: Well, the Galaxy A70 is now picking up OneUI 3.1 update in the UAE. [Source]

Update as of April 7: The Samsung Galaxy A70 is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in Italy, Spain, and Romania at the time of writing this. [1, 2, 3]

Update as of April 8: According to the latest update, the Samsung Galaxy A70 is now getting Android 11-bundled OneUI 3.1 update in Germany at the time of writing this. A Reddit user confirmed its interception in the country as well. [Source]

Update as of April 9: Based on the latest update, the OneUI 3.1 update is now arriving on-board Galaxy A70 in Kazakhstan and Trinidad and Tobago. [1, 2]

Update as of April 13: Fido in Canada has updated its software updates page giving out information that the Galaxy A70’s Android 11 update is “Coming Soon”. Apparently, the update will arrive on the Canadian units of the device with the March 2021 security patch embedded with it. Here’s more about it

Update as of April 17: With that latest information coming from TELUS in Canada, the Samsung Galaxy A70 is scheduled to pick up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update on April 27. Note that this is when the update will be released and it should take a few days to a few weeks to arrive across all the units locked with TELUS as usual.

In a separate update, the Rogers-locked Galaxy A70 devices are slated to get their hands on the OneUI 3.1 update on the very day the TELUS variant gets it i.e. April 27. This information was shared by Rogers’ software updates page and it also mentions that the update will carry the March 2021 security patch with it.

Update as of April 20: Based on the latest update coming from Koodo’s software updates page, the Galaxy A70 is slated to get their hands on Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 on April 27 which is a week from today. Note that this is for units locked with Koodo only. [Source]

Update as of April 23: Based on the update provided by Fido in Canada, the Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 on Galaxy A70 is all-set to arrive on April 27. This update will, as usual, follow the batch-by-batch OTA rollout method so if you are one of the eligible users with Fido Galaxy A70 variants, you will get the update post April 27. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy A71 5G

Its 4G variant is expected to get the upgrade in Q1 2021. Thus, it is highly likely that Galaxy A71 5G will get the Android 11 upgrade around Q1 2021 between January and March next year.

Update as of March 02: Due to the same reason why Samusng has pushed the Android 11 rollout on Galaxy A51 5G by a month, it has pushed the update to April for Galaxy A71 5G as well. [Source]

Update as of March 18: There’s good news for Galaxy A71 5G users in South Korea as the device is taking up Android 11 powered OneUI 3.1 update bearing firmware version number CUC4 and with March 2021 security patch with it. The update has been reported by users as well. [Source]

Update as of April 16: According to the Optus software updates page, the Samsung Galaxy A71 5G is currently being tested with an Android 11-powered build. The device has already bagged the update in various parts of the world and thus, Optus locked users are likely to get their hands on the Android 11 pretty soon. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy A71

The Galaxy A71 is a 4G phone, unlike its 5G sibling. Launched with Android 10, the device is in line to get Android 11 as well. It is estimated to receive the same in Q2 2021.

Update as of March 19: Based on today’s update, the OneUI 3.1 has been spotted on Galaxy A71 in the Philippines as per user reports.

Update as of March 20: According to the latest development, the Galaxy A71 is now bagging Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in Malaysia. This was tipped by a user.

Update as of March 24: As per the latest intel, the Samsung Galaxy A71 is now being upgraded to Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 skin in Malta. No doubt the update is being processed via the airborne channel. [Source]

Update as of March 26: According to the latest information, the Samsung Galaxy A71 is now picking up Android 11 in several regions that are Germany, Hungary, Romania, Belgium, and the UK. 

Update as of March 27: The Samsung Galaxy A71 is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 skin in Bosnia and Herzegovina. [Source]

Update as of March 30: The Samsung Galaxy A71 variants in Luxembourg are now getting their hands on the latest OneUI 3.1 skin at the time of writing this. It was spotted on SamMobile’s database according to which, the incoming update has a version number BUB5 and as usual, the update is airborne. [Source]

Update as of April 5: Based on the input on OneUI 3.1 schedule provided by a Turkish Samsung portal, the Galaxy A71 is set to get Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 upgrade between March 15 and April 15, 2021. Note that this is an estimated timeline and thus, the update could commence or commence and end at the timeline mentioned here. 

Update as of April 9: Looks like Samsung is now getting upgraded to Android 11 software in Brazil at the time of writing this. 

Update as of April 15: The Samsung Galaxy A71 is now getting an Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in Nigeria, Ghana, and Pakistan at the time of writing this. 

Update as of April 17: With the latest update in tab, the South Korean giant is now seeding OneUI 3.1 update based on Android 11 on Galaxy A71 in Bangladesh and the Middle East. This information was fed by the users on Samsung’s community forums post receiving the OTA update. [Source]

 Update as of April 19: The Samsung Galaxy A71 is now picking up OneUI 3.1 update based on Android 11 in Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and South Africa at the time of writing this.

Samsung Galaxy A80

The device made its entry in May of 2019 running on Android 9.0 Pie. It has since upgraded to Android 10-based OneUI 2. With Android 11 coming soon, it is expected that Galaxy A80 being an upper mid-range device will be among the ones that will get it. The device is expected to get an Android 11 OTA update by Q2 2021.

Update as of April 5: According to a schedule put up by a Turkish Samsung website, the OneUI 3.1 is slated to arrive on Galaxy A80 between March 30 to April 30, 2021. Since the list popped up on a Turkish website, this schedule is probably for the Turkish variants only.

Update as of April 6: According to the latest update, the Android 11 has been spotted on Galaxy A80 in Korea at the time of writing this. Here’s more information about it from Samsung’s community forum.

Samsung Galaxy A90 5G

Being a top-most device in the mid-range A-series, Galaxy A90 5G made it official last year with Android Pie out-of-the-box. Although Samsung hasn’t confirmed it yet, but it is likely that the phone will get Android 11.

Update as of March 25: Based on the update released by Samsung, the Galaxy A90 5G is now getting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update on the device in South Korea. The update is arriving with version number DUC3 with March 2021. This upgrades the device from OneUI 2.5 directly to OneUI 3.1 skipping OneUI 3.0 on the way.  [Source]

Update as of March 30: Looks like Samsung Galaxy A90 5G is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 on its Switzerland variant with version number SM-A908B. The update carries build number DUC3 and it is arriving in a OTA fashion. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy M51

Update as of February 24: According to the latest news, an Android 11 test build has been spotted going live on Samsung Galaxy M51. The update bearing build number CUB7 has been released in India on model number SM-515F and has OneUI 3.0 skin on top of it. [Source]

Update as of March 6: There’s good news for Galaxy M51 users as the device is now getting upgraded to Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 as the company has skipped OneUI 3.0 skin for the same. [Source]

Update as of March 9: It is now confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy M51 is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in India. [Source]

Update as of March 9: In a recent development, an OneUI 3.1 core update has gone live in the UAE with firmware version number CUB7 as reported on the company’s community forum. [Source]

Update as of March 14: Based on the latest piece of information available, the OneUI 3.1 update is now available for Galaxy M51 in Germany and the UK with version number CUB7.

Update as of April 5: After arriving in India, Germany, and the UK, the Galaxy M51 is now getting the much-awaited OneUI 3.1 update in Panama. The incoming update has a March 2021 security patch and has a CUB7 PDA and CUC1 CSC and brings a lot of significant changes to the overall skin. [Source]

#2: According to the timeline mentioned by Turkish Samsung website, the Galaxy M51 is slated to get Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 between the period March 15 to April 15, 2021. 

Samsung Galaxy A90

Just like its 5G variant, Galaxy A90 (4G) is in line to get Android 11 although we aren’t sure here either as there’s no official confirmation from the company yet.

Update as of March 02: Based on the latest update, South Korean giant Samsung has pushed back the Android 11 rollout on A90 till May of 2021 citing some issues with the current updates. [Source]

Update as of March 17: Well, just like Galaxy A50, the Galaxy A90 is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update is scheduled to the device in April as per Samsung’s South Korean community forum. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy M10s

Galaxy M10s made its debut as a budget phone in Samsung’s M series. The phone arrived with Android 9.0 Pie and it is about to get its Android 10 upgrade in May 2020. Galaxy M10s is likely to get its second major Android OS update to Android 11 Q although we aren’t sure about it at the moment.

Samsung Galaxy M11

Galaxy M11, the successor to Galaxy M10, made a debut in March 2020 so it is comparatively new. It comes with Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 on-board and it is highly likely to be upgraded to Android 11. We aren’t aware of ‘WHEN’ so let’s say it will surely get the update sometime Q1 or Q2 2020.

Samsung Galaxy M21

Samsung released Galaxy M21 with Android 10-based OneUI 2 in March 2020. This makes it an obvious candidate to get Android 11 (R) that is expected in the first quarter of 2021 i.e. January to March as per an unofficial roadmap. The phone will get the Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 upgrade during the same time around Galaxy M31.

Update as of January 13: Based on the latest intel, the Samsung Galaxy M21 is in tow to get Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 between 15th February to 15th March, 2021.

Update as of January 28: Samsung is now picking up Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 update on Galaxy M21 with build number M215FXXU2BUAC and weighs at 1751.79MB in size. The update comes with a January 2021 security patch with it and since the update is arriving over the air in India, this means that the update is staggered and thus, released in a batch-by-batch manner.  [Source]

Update as of March 5: Well, the Samsung Galaxy M21 is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 in several parts of the world including Morocco, UAE, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Iray, and Egypt at the time of writing this. 

Update as of March 31: The Samsung Galaxy M21 is now picking up the latest OneUI 3.1 update on its Indian variant with build number M215FXXU2BUC8 and carries a package size of 694.16MB. It also has a March 2021 security patch with it and is arriving via OTA as usual. If you can’t wait, simply click here to download the package here. 

Update as of April 9: Looks like Galaxy M21 is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in Bangladesh. The update carries the March 2021 security level has a BUC8/BUC8/BUB6 software version number. [Source]

Update as of April 14: As per the latest information that we got,  the Samsung Galaxy M30s is now getting upgraded to OneUI Core 3.1 in India. This update brings a download size of 744.44MB and carries version number M30FXXU4CUD1. Note that this current update is available for the Indian variant of Galaxy M30s and thus, other variants will have to wait. [Source]

Update as of April 16: The Samsung Galaxy M21 is now taking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 in Vietnam at the time of writing this. The incoming update is being rolled out for model number SM-M215F and carries PDA of BUD1 and CSC of BUC8. If you have a Vietnamese Galaxy M21, you will have to wait for some time as the OTA updates are released via batch-by-batch manner. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy M30s

After Android 9.0 Pie, Galaxy M30s is now officially running on the Android 10 operating system. This powerful beast is in line to get its second & last update i.e. Android 11 as well and it is probably gonna happen in Q2 2021 although we will update the timeline once Samsung releases it.

Update as of December 17: According to the latest update, the Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 has been spotted on Samsung Galaxy M30s. The update comes from CheckFirm according to which, the new version being tested carries build number CTL9. Note that Samsung has stated that it will be pushing out Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 on Galaxy M30s only in March 2021 although we aren’t sure about it. [Source]

Update as of February 8: Well, the Galaxy M30s users in India can rejoice as Samsung is now rolling out Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 update on the device in the country. The update now carries build number CUAG and arrives with a January 2021 security patch attached to it. [Source]

Update as of February 27: Well, the Samsung Galaxy M30s units in Jordan are now getting upgraded to Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 at the time of writing this. [Source]

Update as of March 9: As per the latest news, the Samsung Galaxy M30s is now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 update in both Germany and the UK via OTA method. [Source 1, 2]

Update as of April 14: As per the latest information that we got,  the Samsung Galaxy M30s is now getting upgraded to OneUI Core 3.1 in India. This update brings a download size of 744.44MB and carries version number M30FXXU4CUD1. Note that this current update is available for the Indian variant of Galaxy M30s and thus, other variants will have to wait. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy M31s

Update: Samsung Galaxy M31s is the latest smartphone in the M-series and a successor to Galaxy M30. It runs on Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 out-of-the-box which means it is in tow to get Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 as well. Although there’s no ETA available as of now.

Update as of February 11: Well, if you are a Samsung Galaxy M31s user in Nepal, you are in for a treat as the South Korean gian is now releasing Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 update with firmware version CUAG. The update bearing January 2021 security patch comes with 1916.21MB of download size. [Source]

Update as of March 9: Well, if you are a Galaxy M31s user, you are in for a treat as the OneUI 3.0 update is now available in many countries around the globe. This includes Italy, France, Russia, Ukraine, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Greece, Portugal, Slovakia, Baltic, Germany, Spain, Romania, UAE, the UK, and Poland. This information comes from SamMobile’s database confirming the incoming updates. [Source]

Update as of March 10: If you are a Galaxy M31s user in India, get ready for Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 as the update is arriving on the device in the country. Earlier rolled out for a handful of countries, the update is arriving in India with build number CUB9 and weighs at 1932.15MB in size. The update is rolling out in batches as usual and carries the latest February 2021 security patch with it. [Source]

Update as of April 3: According to the latest information that we have so far, the Samsung Galaxy M31s is now getting upgraded to Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 update in Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Tunisia, and Iraq. The incoming update has software version number M31FXXU2CUB1 and the update is arriving with February 2021 security patch level. 

Samsung Galaxy M31

Galaxy M31 is the latest in the M-series from Samsung. The phone made its debut in February 2020 with Android 10 out-of-the-box. This makes it obvious that it will receive its Android 11 upgrade as well. According to an unofficial timeline, it could receive the update in Q1 2021 but you need to wait for the official update.

Update as of January 19: Samsung Galaxy M31 is scheduled to get Android 11 upgrade in March as per Samsung’s official timeline. Cut to now, the South Ktaorean giant seems to be doing things otherwise as a stable OneUI 3.0 build is now seeding on Galaxy M31 in India. The update was just confirmed by users receiving the same with build number BUAC weighing at 407.62MB and comes with a January 2021 security patch attached to it. Note that the package size for users upgrading from OneUI 2.5 to OneUI 3.0 will be greater than that. [Source]

Update as of February 8: According to the latest piece of information, we know that Samsung is now sending out Android 11-powered OneUI 3.0 update on Samsung Galaxy M31 at the time of writing this. The update brings build number BUAD on-board with package size of 2100MB and with January 2021 security patch attached to it. Note that the update is live in the Netherlands at the time of writing this.

Update as of February 9: For all those who are using Galaxy M31 in Ukraine and Russia, they can rejoice as Samsung is finally sending out OneUI 3.0g update on both the variants. This was confirmed by fresh reports according to which the incoming update bears build number CUB1 and comes with a February 2021 security patch embedded with it. 

Update as of March 04: If you are a Galaxy M31 user, you should be getting Android 11 live on your device if you stay in Iraq, UAE, Morocco, Lebanon, Jordan, KSA, Egypt, and Syria. The incoming update carries version number M315FXXU2BUAC. 

Update as of March 12: Turns out Samsung is now rolling out One UI Core 3.1 update on Samsung Galaxy M31 in India. This was recently confirmed by users who posted the same on Samsung’s community forum wherein they are getting upgraded to version number BUC1 which carries March 2021 security patch with it. Note that Samsung hasn’t confirmed intercepting the update at this moment. [Source]

Update as of April 13: The Galaxy M31 unit in Bangladesh is now intercepting Android 11 bundled OneUI 3.1 package at the time of writing this. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy M20

Update as of December 12: Based on the latest information, although Galaxy M20 is not included in the list of Android 11-backed OneUI 3.0 supported list, it is likely to get the update soon. This comes from a Samsung Support rep according to whom, Samsung is testing the OneUI 3.0 build on Galaxy M20. Although there’s no ETA available, it is expected that Samsung will add Galaxy M20 on the list of OneUI 3.0 supported list soon. At the moment, take it with a grain of salt. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy M40

Galaxy M40 made its debut in June 2019 with Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box. After getting Android 10, the device is in line to get its second and last upgrade i.e. Android 11 based OneUI 3.0. At this moment, Samsung has confirmed any timeline but it is estimated that this model will get its upgrade in Q2 2021 so keep your fingers crossed.

Update as of September 07: As per the latest update from Max J, a reputable leakster, Samsung is testing out Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 on Samsung Galaxy M40 across all chipsets. There’s no ETA on when to expect OneUI 3.0 officially, however, the update is on a possible end. [Source]

Update as of April 21: Samsung Galaxy M40 is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI Core 3.1 in India. The update arrives with build number CUD6 and has a March 2021 security patch with it. Note that the update is arriving via OTA as usual. [Source

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G (2020)

Galaxy Tab S6 5G is a flagship tablet from Samsung, the successor to ita Tab S5 series. Since the 4G variant of Tab S6 is expected to get bumped to Android 11 in Q1 2020, no doubt it’s 5G variant will join the wagon too around the first half of 1H i.e. between January to March although we are unaware of the official timeline yet.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 (2019)

Just like its 5G counterpart, Galaxy Tab S6 could be bumped to Android 11. Perhaps, we aren’t aware of the timeline so you’ll have to wait for the official confirmation.

Update as of March 9: Turns out Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Wi-Fi only variant is now getting yanked to Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 update bearing firmware version CUB7 in the United States as well as Germany. Note that the update carries a March 2021 security patch with it. The LTE variant of the device is getting upgraded with the same firmware in India as well. 

Update as of March 20: Well, if you have a Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 with the LTE variant in South Korea, you should be receiving the new OneUI 3.1 skin via OTA. Here’s more about it.

Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 3

Update as of April 5: Apparently, a Turkish website that tracks Samsung updates has published a schedule according to which, the Galaxy Tab Active 3 is slated to get Android 11-bundled OneUI 3.1 update between May 8 and June 8, 201. Since the aforementioned schedule was posted on a Turkish website, it is likely that it is limited to Turkish units only.  

Update as of April 21: Based on the latest development, the Samsugn Galaxy Tab Active 3 LTE version is getting the much-anticipated OneUI 3.1 update in Switzerland at the time of writing this. [Source]

Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Pro Q2 2021

According to a tech site, Galaxy Tab Active Pro, the rugged tablet, might be upgraded to Android 11 sometime in Q2 2021.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 was launched alongside the Galaxy Note10 series. With Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box, the tab recently received Android 10 and no doubt it will receive its second major OS update before going out of support. As per an unofficial timeline, it could get the update in the first quarter of 2021 between January and March. Let’s keep our fingers crossed and wait.

Update as of March 03: According to the latest intel, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 LTE is now intercepting Android 11 update based on OneUI 3.1. Note that the update arrives months before their schedule. The update has arrived in Germany with build number CUB7. Do verify that the update is arriving or not and since it is OTA, it should come in a batch-by-batch manner.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite LTE

The Tab S6 Lite LTE arrived with Android 10 out-of-the-box. Thus, it is likely to get bumped to Android 10 upgrade although we aren’t assured of the timeline but it could be around Q1 2021.

Update as of March 14: According to the latest intel, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is now intercepting Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 update in Hungary based on a fresh user report as posted on Reddit. [Source]

Update as of March 17: The Samsung Galaxy S6 Lite in South Korea is finally getting upgraded to Android 11-backed OneUI 3.1 update in the country. This was confirmed by a user on its community forum. [Source]

Update as of March 30: The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is now picking up Android 11-powered OneUI 3.1 on its Russian variant with model number SM-P610. The incoming update bears version number CUBB and as usual, the update is following its OTA batch-by-batch method of rollout. 

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite Wi-Fi

The Wi-Fi version of Tab S6 Lite just like the LTE version is estimated to get Android 11 in Q1 2021.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019)

It may or may not get Android 11 R so you’ll have to wait for Samsung to release an official roadmap.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e

Launched in April 2019, this tab arrived with Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box. It is one of the few devices from Samsung that could get an Android 11 upgrade. As per a popular website, the update could arrive in Q2 2021 for this tablet.

Custom ROM Update: Android 11 is still away from Galaxy Tab S5e, however, there’s a custom ROM available as of now. The LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 is now available on Tab S5e that you download here and install on your device. 

Update as of April 5: As per an OneUI 3.1 schedule posted by a Samsung portal in Turkey, the Galaxy Tab S5e is slated to get the OneUI 3.1 skin in between April 20 and May 20, 2021. Note that this came on a Turkish portal and thus, it is likely limited to the Turkish units only. 

Update as of April 9: According to the latest report, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e is now picking up Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 update in the UK and Russia at the time of writing this. The update carries version number DUD1 and has an April 2021 security patch within both regions. As usual, the update is rolling out in batch-by-batch basis and thus, it will arrive over a few days or weeks across all units. [Source]

Update as of April 22: Based on the altest update, the OneUI 3.1 update is now arriving for Galaxy Tab S5e in Iraq, China, Turkey, Germany, and Korea via OTA as usual. Note that the updates are released in a batch-by-batch manner and thus, they usually take some time to arrive on the units so be patient. 

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019)

This tablet was released in April 2019 with Android 9.0 Pie. This gives it a higher probability that it would get Android 11 although take it with a pinch of salt until it is confirmed.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 & S Pen (2019)

Galaxy Tab A 8.0 & S Pen is also one of the candidates that could get the Android 11 upgrade although Samsung has released a list of Android 11 supported devices yet.

Galaxy Tab A 8.0 with S Pen

According to a popular tech site, the Galaxy Tab A 8.0 with S Pen could get Android 11 upgrade by Q3 2021 although it is still a mystery until Samsung doesn’t release an official Android 11 roadmap.

Samsung Galaxy Xcover Pro

Galaxy Xcover Pro made it official earlier this year in January with OneUI 2.0 based on Android 10. With that being said, the device among the entire Samsung lineup that is in line to get bumped to Android 11 sometime in Q2 2021. It is still a tentative date and can change once the official update is here.

Update as of February 5: According to the latest report, OneUI 3.0 has arrived on Galaxy XCover Pro in various countries namely the UAE, the UK, Italy, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, Slovenia, Romania, Portugal, Poland, Hungary, Greece, Austria, France, and Czech Republic.

Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4s

Samsung released the rugged Galaxy Xcover 4s with Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box. The phone later received its first upgrade to Android 10. Talking about Android 11, Xcover 4s might receive an Android 11 update although we are unaware of the timeline at the moment.

Non-Supported Devices

      • Samsung Galaxy M30
      • Samsung Galaxy M10
      • Samsung Galaxy Tab Advanced2
      • Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2018)
      • Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 10.5
      • Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5
      • Samsung Galaxy A6s
      • Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018)
      • Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018)
      • Samsung Galaxy Note9
      • Samsung Galaxy J6 Plus
      • Samsung Galaxy J4 Core
      • Samsung Galaxy J4 Plus
      • Samsung Galaxy J2 Core
      • Samsung Galaxy On6
      • Samsung Galaxy J7 (2018)
      • Samsung Galaxy J3 (2018)
      • Samsung Galaxy A8 Star (A9 Star)
      • Samsung Galaxy S Light Luxury
      • Samsung Galaxy J8
      • Samsung Galaxy J6
      • Samsung Galaxy J4
      • Samsung Galaxy A6 Plus (2018)
      • Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018)
      • Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo
      • Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime 2
      • Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018)
      • Samsung Galaxy A8 Plus (2018)
      • Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018)
      • Samsung Galaxy J2 (2017)
      • Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 2
      • Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2017)
      • Samsung Galaxy C7 (2017)
      • Samsung Galaxy Note8
      • Samsung Galaxy S8 Active
      • Samsung Galaxy J7 V
      • Samsung Galaxy Note FE
      • Samsung Galaxy J7 Max
      • Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017)
      • Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017)
      • Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017)
      • Samsung Galaxy S8
      • Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus
      • Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro
      • Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4
      • Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7
      • Samsung Galaxy J3 Emerge

What’s New in One UI 3.0?

Although there is nothing to talk about the One UI 3.0 and Android 11, it is sure that there will be some new changes and features that the Android 11 will bring in to the table for the Samsung devices. We will keep you updated with the features as soon as they are made available.

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