As the company promised last month, it has released its official roadmap for the Android 11 update. The update will start from this month and it will continue till June next year. The first lucky device to get the version is from the Galaxy S20 family. Samsung has already started working on the firmware for Galaxy S20, S20+ & S20 Ultra models. Later, the Galaxy Note 10 series, Galaxy Note 20 series, and the Galaxy S10 lineup (Not included S10e) will receive Android 11 with One UI 3.0 in January.
The other flagships, Galaxy Z & Z Fold 2 have scheduled in January, and the predecessor Galaxy Fold will be getting it in February. In the Lite versions – Galaxy S10 Lite will get the update in January 2021, but the Note 10 Lite will receive it in March next year. Now, coming to the Galaxy A series & Galaxy M series, the first devices to get Android 11 are Galaxy M21, Galaxy M31 & Galaxy A51, which are scheduled for March. As per the current schedule, none of the Galaxy A series or M series devices will receive the version before March.
Now coming to the tablets, Galaxy Tab S7 has the date of the next March, and then the other tablets will follow. We have to take it in mind that this roadmap is for Egypt, so we could see an earlier release for the Galaxy A & M lineup in the Indian roadmap of Samsung. Also, in the flagship segments, some countries may get the version earlier and some will see some delays. You can check the Samsung Members app for your country’s official Android 11 update schedule for your Galaxy device.