A couple of days ago, Samsung started sending a major software update for the Galaxy A20e smartphone users in select regions & countries. The latest update included the Android 11-based One UI version 3.1, which brings a number of new features and major system optimizations.
Now, as per the latest information, the Korean tech giant has begun to roll out a new firmware update to the Galaxy Jean2 devices in its home ground. However, the device launched with Android 9, the Android 11 is the last platform upgrade for the Galaxy Jean2 phones.
- Software Version: A202KKKU7CUF1
- Security Patch Level: June 2021
Last September, Google introduced the eleventh major generation of its mobile operating system i.e. the Android 11. This update comes with system improvements as well as a number of new user-friendly features such as:
- Better privacy controls
- Built-in screen recorder
- Chat Bubbles
- One time permission for apps
- Notification history
- Enhanced 5G connectivity for compatible phones
- and so on.
Along with the Galaxy S21 series, Samsung launched One UI version 3.1, which brings major design changes that are completely different from the previous One UI generation. Aside from UI modification, it also adds new features including:
- Reimagined Home screen & App drawer
- Improved Samsung Keyboard
- Attractive Lock screen
- Better customization
- Enhanced system functions
- Improved Camera performance with focus and exposure settings
Galaxy Jean2 Specs
Launched back in April 2019, the Galaxy Jean2 features a 6.2-inch waterdrop notch display, 13MP dual rear camera setup + 16MP selfie camera, 3500 mAh battery, Exynos 7884 processor, Android 9 (Pie) based One UI 1.1 pre-installed, and more.