It seems that Samsung’s 2021 smartphones will come with Android 11 out of the box – even the more affordable models like the Galaxy A32 5G, which had its web browser evaluated by HTML5 Test.
The phone, SM-A326B, was running the latest Android according to the test’s database. It’s not clear if that’s OneUI 3.0 (the more likely option) or the upcoming 3.1 version that will debut with the Galaxy S21 series. The S21 will also come with Android 11, of course, as seen in benchmarks.
The Galaxy A32 5G will have a 20:9 screen, which can be seen in the CAD renders recently released by OnLeaks. The 6.5” display will have an Infinity-V notch for the selfie camera. The quad camera on the rear is quite similar to the setup on the current Galaxy A31 model. The 48MP sensor is the main attraction, next to it is an 8MP ultra wide-angle cam. A 5MP macro module and a 2MP depth sensor bring the total to four.
As for Samsung’s current phones, Android 11 update efforts are under way for the S20 series and Note20 series as well as the older S10 and Note10 generations, the foldable phones too.
Source | Via (in Dutch)
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