Unlocked Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Fold start receiving the Android 12 update in the USA

In December, Samsung officially started updating its foldable devices to the latest Android 12-based One UI 4.0 and now the South Korean OEM has started rolling out the new security update for the unlocked variants of the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip in the USA.

The Android 12-based update for the unlocked variants for the Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Fold will come with the build number F700U1UEU4FUL9 and F900U1UEU8GUL9 respectively. The updates have already started rolling out to all the major carrier networks in the region including AT&T, Cellular, Verizon, Bluegrass, C-Spire, Comcast, and Xfinity Mobile. Further, the update will also bring in the latest January 2022 Security Patch and fix several critical vulnerabilities.

One UI 4.0 bringing in several new features and upgrades to unlocked Galaxy devices

The Android 12-based One UI 4.0 update will bring in an entirely revamped UI design, new widgets, the color palette feature, an increased number of lock screen widgets, and overall improved AoD features for the handset. It will also bring numerous improvements to the security and privacy of the device, starting with notifying the users about apps that are using the mic and camera.

The new features are inspired by Google’s latest “Material You” feature. It will bring in several new widgets, new widget designs, as well as the latest widget picker UI. Further, it will also bring in a lot of improvements in terms of privacy and security factor.

Download and install the Android 12 update on the unlocked Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Z Flip

Unlocked Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Fold start receiving the Android 12 update in the USA

In case you’re an American user of Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Fold unlocked device, you should be on the lookout for the Android 12-based One UI 4.0 update as you’ll be receiving it anytime in the coming days. You can also manually check for the update by following these simple instructions –

  • Simply navigate to the Settings
  • Look for the Software Update option
  • Tap on Download and Install the update
  • Reboot your device and once your device restarts, you can enjoy the new update
Aviral Sharma
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