Android upgrades are important to Samsung phones, and Samsung treats them as such. Not only do high-end smartphones get OS updates, but so do the company’s midrange and inexpensive models as well. Samsung’s most popular 2020 smartphone, the Galaxy A51, has received the Android 12 upgrade as a result of this similar reasoning.
The smartphone has received its second significant software upgrade. The Galaxy A51 was released by Samsung with Android 10 pre-installed. The Galaxy A51 received an Android 11 upgrade from Samsung last year. After months of waiting, the phone has finally begun getting the Android 12 and One UI 4.1 updates.
Downloading the update is now available for Samsung Galaxy A51 customers in Vietnam, UAE, and Russia. The Android upgrade is scheduled to be sent out to other locations in the near future.
A51xxXXU5FVC2 is the latest Android version. Samsung devices will get the new Samsung One UI 4.0 with the Android 12 upgrade. There is a fresh lock screen widget and Material You dynamic color sets with the One UI 4.0, as well as separate fast settings toggle switches for disabling camera as well as microphone permission. Device privacy and security are also supposedly improved by this upgrade.
Samsung Galaxy A51 Specs
There is a quad-camera arrangement on the Samsung Galaxy A51, which includes a 48MP primary sensor with LED flash. It also has a 12MP wide angle camera, as well as a 5MP depth sensor, and a 5MP macro camera. The selfie camera with an f/2.2 aperture has 32 MB and it can be found on the front of the device.
Fingerprint sensors are integrated into the display of the phone. 15W rapid charging is supported by the 4000mAh battery.
The Exynos 9611 CPU and 6GB of RAM in the Samsung Galaxy A51 make it a powerful smartphone. An external microSD card may increase the phone’s internal storage capacity to 512GB. The phone has a 6.5-inch full HD+ screen with a resolution of 1080×2400 pixels.