It's time for the owners of Galaxy A20 in the United States. Samsung is rolling out Android 11 update via OTA. The new operating system will replace old Android 9 running out of the box. Not only this, A20 is getting new skin, OneUI 3.1. Also, it brings monthly security patch for August 2021. Only unlocked smartphones are eligible for this update. The roll-out offers better AoD options and lock screen widgets, improved first-party apps and services such as Parental Controls and Digital Wellbeing, improved privacy and security features, a new quick toggle drop-down menu, and a revamped UI overall.
If you have not yet received Android 11 update for Samsung A20, go to the SAMMobile and download the firmware version A205U1UEU9CUH3.Thus, you can install it manually. We expect that the rest of A20 owners in the world will get this update soon.
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Android 11 brings better navigation, dynamic media controls, built-in screen recorder, greater control over conversation, notification history (recalling cleared notifications), and temporary permission for apps for a better privacy. An amazing feature is a Schedule Dark Theme. As the name shows, it lets you choose when your phone should adapt to Dark mode.
Talk about Galaxy A20, it is 6.4inches big and FHD+ bright while having Super AMOLED Display. The smartphone comes with a physical Fingerprint Reader on the so-called 3D glasstic back by Samsung.
Camera department comprises two photography shooters in which the primary is 13MP (f/1.9) regular lens and the secondary is 5MP depth sensor. It is capable of creating AI images and FHD videos. Bokeh and portrait modes are there, too. The Selfie Camera is bumped up to 8MP (f/2.0) to improve picture quality.
Powered by Exynos 7884 chip, it has 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Besides, there is a microSD card slot letting you add 512GB external memory. There is a 4,000 mAh non-removable Li-Po battery inside that favors the Galaxy A20. Buyers can get this device in Blue and Black.