Samsung unveiled the Galaxy A02 at the end of January. Despite launching in 2021, the device debuted with the One UI Core 2. x based on Android 10. Now, a few months after its launch, the device has finally started to receive the Android 11 update with the One UI Core 3. x.
According to a report, SamMobile of Samsung started to release the update Android 11 for the Galaxy A02. The latest system update for the smartphone comes with the One UI Core 3. x skin.
The update is currently taking place in Russia with firmware version A022GDXU2BUI3. In addition to bringing Android 11 features, it also comes with new One UI features supported on entry-level Galaxy phones.
Like any other OTA system update, this one is also being distributed in batches. Therefore, it is only available to selected users in Russia. Anyway, the new software update is expected to reach other regions in the coming days.
By Samsung’s update history, Galaxy A02 may receive another major system update. This should not be anything other than One UI Core 4. x based on Android 12. This version of the software will probably arrive at the end of next year.
Last but not least, your smartphone will likely continue to receive security patches after its second major software update.
The Galaxy A02 has a panel LCD PLS TFT 6.5 inches with a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels (HD +) and a cutout in the form of a water drop to its front camera. Samsung calls it “Infinity-V Display”.
Inside this smartphone has an MT6739W MediaTek chipset along with 2GB/3GB RAM and 32GB/64GB of internal storage. As you might guess, the entire phone is made of polycarbonate, except for its front glass. In addition, the back of the device features a pattern for better grip, plus a 13MP (wide) + 2MP (macro) dual camera setting along with an LED flash. While at the front there is a 5MP sensor for selfies and video calls.