- Samsung phones are receiving an important update this week.
- Google releases Android 12.
- Xiaomi and Huawei reveal details about the new operating systems.
This week, South Korean Samsung phones received an important update. In addition, Google is releasing the new operating system Android 12. In our weekly review, we will tell you the details of the latest updates.
Samsung smartphones could be used as car keys in the future. In the presentation of the Galaxy S21 series, the company introduced the functionality, and it is now being rolled out on some models.
The Android 12 theme has now been detected in the second beta of One UI 4.0. “Material You” can be available not only for Pixel phones, but also for various Samsung devices.
US manufacturer Google releases Android 12. In the coming weeks, Pixel series phones will be the first to receive the update. Other models from other companies will receive the operating system during the year.
Google is also distributing an update to the Emergency Information app. You can now record a video automatically which can be saved in the cloud. You can also share the movie with emergency contacts. After seven days, the video will be automatically deleted from your Google account.
Some Google apps have already got a new look. Now also Google One. With the update, distributed via the Google Play Store, Dark Mode and a “Material You” design are included.
Huawei is scheduled to distribute the new HarmonyOS 3.0 on October 24. It is currently uncertain which mobile phones will be equipped with the new HarmonyOS operating system and what features it will provide.
The Chinese company, Xiaomi, promises an extended support period for the new Mi 11 Lite 5G NE. The smartphone will receive three versions of Android and four years of security updates. So you can look forward to Android 12 and Android 13 as well as Android 14.
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