Samsung has now released Android 11 update for entry level Galaxy A02s. The device was launched back in November 2020 with Android 10 and now receiving its first major OS upgrade in the form of Android 11.
The update should bring the company’s latest skin, One UI 3.1. As expected, the package also includes a new security patch but not the latest one. It’s April 2021 security patch that fixes 30 CVE’s (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) from Google and 23 CVE’s from Samsung for system security enhancement.
As of now, we don’t have the complete changelog but it should bring loads of new features which includes Chat bubbles, a refreshed user interface, permission auto reset, a dedicated media player widget below the quick settings toggles, one-time permission to apps require mic, camera, or location access, and new lock screen widgets.
The Android 11 update for Galaxy A02s is currently rolling out in Russia with firmware version A025FXXU2BUDC. It should reach other regions in the coming days where the device has been launched. To check for the latest update on your Samsung phone, head to Settings >> Software updates and then tap on “Download and install“, if the package shows available.