You’d better go AT&T and T-Mobile
Samsung was bold in bringing One UI 4.0 (and as such, Android 12) to its phones, and the Galaxy S20 series of devices was no exception. A beta program was rolled out in November while the stable global OTA arrived ahead of the new year. Now, even US carriers like Verizon are rushing to release the update.
Big Red has posted information about One UI 4 updates for the Galaxy S20 (with Ultra Wideband support of course), S20+, S20 Ultra, and even the S20 FE. All updates feature the December security fixes, which is somewhat unfortunate as the January level includes a fix for the OS’ last 911 call interruption issue.
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Verizon recently rolled out software updates for the flagship model S20 on a monthly basis. According to the AT&T website, the S20’s last update was in July (although one user claimed to have received a September update over the network). The last update released by T-Mobile was on August 29, the previous update was on June 11. Anyway, let’s hope others quickly follow suit.
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