There are already two months since the stable build of Android 12 came out. The new version of Google’s operating system for smartphones brings a new settings scheme that shows the access history for the camera, microphone, and location.
According to Droid-life.com, the South Korean giant Samsung has made the announcement that many were hoping for: Android 12 beta (aka One UI 4.0) became available for the company’s phones from the Galaxy S10 lineup.
Android 12 has a long series of exciting stuff, and the guys from 9to5Google are presenting them in a video below:
Android 12’s official website describes the new version of the operating system as providing effortless and safe experiences. The user interface is “totally reimagined”, and we must not also forget about the new interesting privacy features.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup is a pretty bulky one, and we have to admit. And those willing to buy a model will have plenty of cash to invest since Samsung is not an ordinary company. Furthermore, you know that age-old saying that pretty much whatever is cheap is also of not-so-good quality. Whether we’re talking about the classical S10, S10+, S10e, and others, they’re all on the list, and they’re all pretty amazing phones!
As it was expected, Samsung also arrived at the 5G era with plenty of gadgets. The S10 lineup also has some phones capable of the relatively new type of connectivity. The first S10 model was released back in March 2019, and it left some folks speechless at its time. The phone is capable of 6 to 8GB of RAM, which is simply amazing for a smartphone, even for one released almost three years ago.
Feel free to tell us if you would be willing to try out Android 12 on a Samsung phone!