T-Mobile is the newest U.S. provider to increase the One UI 4 replace.
What it’s good to know
- T-Mobile rolls out One UI 4 primarily based on Android 12 to the Galaxy Note 20 sequence.
- The replace brings new privateness options and visible enhancements.
- The Note 20 sequence is the newest to obtain One UI 4 within the United States.
While Android 13 slowly creeps into our minds, OEMs are nonetheless managing with the Android 12 replace. Samsung, which is seemingly on a roll, continues to impress with its speedy replace cadence. Now, extra T-Mobile subscribers are getting in on the enjoyable, with the Galaxy Note 20 sequence lastly receiving the One UI 4 (Android 12) replace.
This morning, a number of Android Central employees obtained the Android 12 replace on their Samsung gadgets, together with the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
It’s notable as a result of T-Mobile appeared to be the final of the very best U.S. wi-fi carriers to leap the on the Android 12 prepare for the Note 20 sequence, after Verizon after which reportedly AT&T beat it to the punch. Unlocked models even obtained the replace earlier than these tied to T-Mobile.
While international variants of those telephones have already been within the strategy of receiving One UI 4, the U.S. is sadly on the mercy of carriers for main Android updates. Interestingly sufficient, these telephones should not but listed on T-Mobile’s support page for having but obtained the replace.
Given that this can be the final Note branded Galaxy smartphone, Android 12 ought to breathe new life into your cellphone forward of the Galaxy S22 launch, which we anticipate to happen in early February.
If your Galaxy Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra hasn’t obtained a notification for the replace, navigate to Settings > Software replace > Download and Install to verify manually. It might take a while to roll out to everybody.