Samsung is preparing to conclude the Android 11 distribution to the remaining eligible Galaxy devices as soon as it can as Google is going to launch its twelfth major generation of mobile operating system i.e. the Android 12 in September this year.
Meanwhile, Google has also started the Android 12 Beta program in which eligible phones from select OEMs are participating. The beta activity lets users taste the flavor of the upcoming Android version ahead of its stable release, however, it contains less stability and a lot of bugs.
Although we are months away from the public release of Android 12, it looks like Samsung has started the adoption process for Galaxy devices. According to reliable source Max Weinbach, the company has begun the development of Android 12 for the Galaxy S21 series.
Oh yeah Samsung started development on Android 12 for the Galaxy S21 series.
— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) June 18, 2021
Recently, the Korean media reports suggested that Samsung is thinking to hold an in-person event in October or November this year. At the same time, the report pointed out that the company could introduce its upcoming software skin, the One UI 4.0 at the Samsung Developers Conference 2021.
Lastly, we are still waiting for an official confirmation from Samsung regarding its Android 12 rollout plan. If the history is any indication, the company could introduce the One UI 4.0 Beta just after the stable Android 12 release in September this year.
We will keep you updated on this matter, till then, stay tuned with us!