Update (08/28/2021) – By DT
a few days ago Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Arrested In the GeekBench standard software database Rolling or Android 12 The model appears to have achieved significant performance gains with the new operating system.
Preparation GeekBench claims that the Galaxy S21 Ultra is powered by a Snapdragon 888 . chipset It scored 1122 points in the single-core test and 3469 points in the multi-core evaluation. When comparing the same smartphone with Android 11, The increase is about 15%..
The same version of Samsung’s best-in-class phone with Android 11 on the board scored 976 points on a single core and 3052 on a multi-core.
In addition to the improvements brought by version 12 of the Google operating system, this The gain may also be related to the new firmware interface from Samsung, One UI 4.0 user interface.
It should be noted that the model data in the GeekBench logs is From the S21 version equipped with a Qualcomm processorIt is not available in the Brazilian market. For our country, Samsung brought only the variant with the Exynos 2100 chip.
However, the chip-equipped version from the South Korean manufacturer is also expected to get performance improvements thanks to the improvements in Android 12 modified by Samsung with One UI 4.0 interface. We can’t help but see this improvement up close.
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Update (8/25/2021) – By DT
NS The record was set in the benchmarking program Geekbench and published on the MySmartPrice website. The print version of the result circulating now is dated August 22 and states that the operating system used on the device during performance testing is Android 12.
The Galaxy S21 line has been launched with Android 11 and is supposed to receive the new version of the system from Google later this year, As some rumors indicate. Program launch One UI 4.0 interface for the manufacturer’s devices.
The company previously confirmed that the S21 series will be the first brand to get Android 12 alongside One UI 4.0. The expectation now is to launch a beta version From the new OS to the line models that may happen in the coming weeks.
Android 12 is expected to arrive for the first time on Pixel smartphones in September. From there, several other models from the most diverse manufacturers should start receiving the software update.
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Original text (06/28/2021)
smart phones Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra should receive a free upgrade to Android 12 Still this year. South Korean manufacturer Already working on version 4.0 Make a single user interface, your custom system based on Google’s operating system.
according to Dutch site AndroidWorld, Samsung has already started the internal beta program on the Galaxy S21 series, and the update is expected to be released in December of this year, most likely.
Android version 12 is scheduled to be released in the second half of this year. Thus, the Galaxy line should be among the first Samsung to receive the new operating system from Google.
NS Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, the cheapest member of the line, is expected to hit the market in 2021, and should also receive Android version 12.
Last month, during the annual I/O conference, Google released Android 12 Beta for download. Samsung smartphones do not support beta versions of the operating system because the brand is running a modified system based on the microbot.
Samsung offers three years of operating system updates and four years of security updates for most Galaxy smartphones.
The new Android 12, set to hit users this year, comes with a much friendlier interface than before. widgets and Changes have been made to the notification barAdditional privacy options are available and general settings are grouped into one button.
Since the operating system is in beta currentlySome settings and/or features may still be subject to change or addition, based on users’ experiences.
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(Updated Aug 28, 2021 at 7:06pm)
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