Although Samsung has begun to release One UI 3.0 based on Android 11 for its flagship smartphones, the company has not yet completed the release of One UI 2.5 for mid-range and cheap phones. The latest devices to receive this update are Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A90 5G.
The South Korean tech giant launched the One UI 2.5 based on Android 10 for the first time after launching the Galaxy Note20 series and Galaxy Tab S7 series in August.
Soon after the devices were released, the company began rolling out the latest version of its mobile software in its flagship devices. The new update is even applicable to some Galaxy A and Galaxy M series smartphones.
The phones joining the list are Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A90 5G. The former construction is currently in Sri Lanka using the firmware version A505FDDU5BTL1 and the security patch released in December 2020. The later build will be launched in South Korea, the firmware version is A908NKSU3CTL3.
In terms of new features, these phones have the same features as other Galaxy A and Galaxy M series phones. Such as WiFi connection speed, request WiFi password, Bitmoji sticker as AOD (always displayed) style, new Samsung keyboard improvements, Pro Video function in Camera app, and SOS function in Messages.
We hope that the company will expand the availability of these updates to more regions of these smartphones in the coming days.