Samsung launched the Galaxy A42 5G with Android 10 OS out of the box. Now, it is getting the Android 11 update. On the other hand, the Galaxy M31, which was the first budget device to get the Android 11 update, is now getting the incremental One UI Core 3.1.
A new update with firmware version A426BXXU1BUB7 is rolling out to the users of Galaxy A42 5G in the Netherlands. This update brings the latest One UI 3.1 based on Android 11. Also, this is a direct jump from the One UI 2.5. Samsung initially started its Android 11 rollout process with One UI 3.0 on top.
However, it switched tracks to One UI 3.1 after the Galaxy S21 launch. Anyway, the update brings Android 11 features and the latest One UI 3.1 improvements like revamped UI, improved stock apps, One-time permissions and Permissions auto-reset, Dedicated Media Player widget(in Quick settings), and more.
An OTA update with firmware version M315FXXU2BUC1 weighing about 1.193GB in size is now rolling out to the users of Galaxy M31 in India. The changelog says improvements to camera, performance, and security. However, as the UI is now incremented, it should get features like the Galaxy M31s.
It’s worth noting that the updates for both these devices include the latest March 2021 security patch. If you are someone living in either of these regions, do sure to check for the OTA(Over The Air) update by navigating to Settings > Software update > Download and install.
Considering Samsung is in another league when it comes to updating its older devices, this update should expand to other regions in no time.
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