Galaxy A50 starts receiving update for Android 11

Following its update policy of up to three years for smartphones of the intermediate and top-of-the-line Galaxy lines, Samsung finally started to make Android 11 available for the Galaxy A50, launched in April 2019. The upgrade brings with it the new OneUI 3.1 interface and the latest security package.

According to information from the Samsung product site SamMobile, the file (firmware v.A505FDDU7CUBC) weighs just over 1.8 GB in size and also includes the security package for the month of March. The update of the Galaxy A50 to Android 11 arrives just a month after its successor, the popular A51, received the news.

The Galaxy A line is not the first to receive an update to Android 11 - the intermediate models of the Galaxy M line (M31 and M51) have also started to be updated, including here in Brazil. Apparently, the update is being made available gradually to users all over the world, so it may take time to get here.

Anyway, if you are anxious and are waiting for Android 11 on your intermediate phone, check if there are any updates available, just follow the path: Settings> Software update> Download and install. It will check if there are any packages to download.

What's New in One UI 3

Among the novelties of One UI 3.0 is the possibility of turning off the display by double-tapping an empty spot on the home screen, adding smarter widgets to the lock screen and blurring the notification panel, similar to the interface of Oppo smartphones.

The Samsung Internet browser, which has received several new features in recent months, will block the redirection of websites by touching the back button, in addition to warning the user about pages that display many popups or notifications and prohibiting them from being displayed. Other South Korean native apps, such as Phone, Contacts, Messages, Gallery and even the Samsung Keyboard, will also gain news with the update.

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