Samsung Galaxy A90 5G is the first mid-range 5G smartphone, launched by Samsung in 2019. The device was initially announced with Android Pie 9.0, which receives the One UI 2.0 based Android 10 update in the month of February. Now the news comes out that, Samsung has started testing One UI 3.0 based Android 11 firmware on the Galaxy A90 5G.
Last week, the company has shared detailed One UI 3.0 roadmap, and unfortunately, the company did not mention about any details about the Galaxy A90 5G. However, the device was in the list of phones that the company had promised to get update for three years. And a community member on Samsung forum reported that Android 11 is undergoing testing for the Galaxy A90 5G (SM-A908N) in the Republic of South Korea.
Samsung tested the firmware on 9th December on the KTC (Korea Telecom) variant. A third-party app named, CheckFirm, also confirms that the One UI 3.0 based Android 11 build is under testing for the Galaxy A90 5G. CheckFirm app allows you to check the information of upcoming firmware’s or official firmware of Galaxy devices. Hopefully, the update will be available in the month of April or later.
One UI 3.0 is the newest custom skin by Samsung, it’s based on the latest Android 11 update. It’s one of the biggest updates for Galaxy phones, the update packs a bunch of new features including an overhauled Notification panel and long press menu for apps, new Volume controls layout, intuitive lock screen and Bixby Routines, a flurry of customizations to AOD, and much more.
Obviously, the update also brings the essential features of Android 11 alongside the revamped monthly security patch. We’ll update this story, once we found more information about of the newest One UI 3.0 for Galaxy A90 5G.
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