Though Samsung is already rolling One UI 3.0 based on Android 11 for its flagship smartphones, the company is not through yet with the roll out of One UI 2.5 for its mid-range and budget handsets. The latest devices to receive this update are Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A90 5G.
Immediately after the release of these devices, the company started rolling out the latest version of its mobile software to its flagship devices. The new update was even made available for select Galaxy A and Galaxy M series smartphones.
The phones to join this list are the Galaxy A50 and the Galaxy A90 5G. The build for the former is currently live in Sri Lanka with firmware version A505FDDU5BTL1 and December 2020 security patch. Whereas, the build for the later is being rolled out in South Korea with firmware version A908NKSU3CTL3.
Per the new features are concerned, these smartphones are getting the same set of features as the other Galaxy A and Galaxy M series phones. Such as WiFi connection speed, request WiFi password, Bitmoji stickers as AOD (Always-on Display) styles, new Samsung keyboard improvements, Pro Video feature in the Camera app, and SOS features in Messages.
We expect the company to extend the availability of this update to more regions for these smartphones in the coming days.