Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 finally got the full version Android 11 update.Samsung is finally releasing the full version of Android 11 update that includes One UI 3.0 for Galaxy Z Fold 2.
The Android 11-based update was first rolled out to users in Germany and includes the January 2021 security patch. Note that the update has not started in other markets yet. However, the fact that it started in Germany is a sign that users in other countries, including our country, will also receive this update soon.
Galaxy Z Fold 2 was released on September 18 with the Android 10-based One UI 2.5 interface out of the box. Thanks to the company’s policy on all flagship smartphones, the new foldable smartphone will also be able to benefit from Samsung’s three-generation updates. This means that we expect Android 11, Android 12 and Android 13 for this phone.
One of the first major updates for the foldable smartphone was released in late October. This update included the October 2020 security patch that fixed 21 vulnerabilities. One of these vulnerabilities was related to “Secure Folder” access and with the update, these issues were resolved. Following this update, Samsung released a new update, making the November 2020 security patch available for the phone. The same was true for December, and the phone got the December 2020 security patch without Android 11.
One of the biggest updates Samsung released for the Galaxy Z Fold 2 was the release of the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 public beta program, which was released in late November. The company started the beta program fairly early for Galaxy Z Fold 2 users to experience the new version of Android. Now, the new update is available to users as a full version.
Finally, let’s remind you that the Android 11 update for Galaxy Note 10 users has started to be released in our country.