Galaxy Z Flip starts upgrading to Android 11 with One UI 3

One UI 3 is the new version of Samsung's interface, based on Android 11, which is reaching brand phones in Spain. So far it is the Galaxy S20 and Note 20 that have had access to this update in Spain before the end of the year. Although in the next few hours one more model is added to that list: the Galaxy Z Flip.

The Galaxy Z Flip is one of two folding phones that Samsung released this year and is next to upgrade to Android 11 with One UI 3. The update for this device is already being deployed in some countries in Europe and Africa.

Android 11 with One UI 3 hits Galaxy Z Flip

Last week Samsung started updating the 5G version of this Galaxy Z Flip officially and now it's the turn of the normal model, which comes with 4G as standard. The phone was original to be updated in January 2021, but the brand has decided to advance such a deployment a bit and has already begun updating in several markets.

Upgrading to Android 11 with One UI 3 is being deployed in several countries across Europe, as well as in some countries in Africa such as Nigeria. Therefore, users in Spain with this folding brand could soon have access to the update for this device. While it is not known how such a deployment will evolve.

This is the stable version of Android 11 with One UI 3 which is already being released for this Galaxy Z Flip officially. So you can enjoy all the news that comes to your phones thanks to the update. Both the new Android 11 and those of Samsung's new interface, announced by the brand itself this month.

If you have this phone, you may soon receive the notification informing you of the availability of that update. It's being deployed using an OTA, so you won't have to do anything. In the Software Update section in the settings, you can check if it is already available to you.

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