Samsung Galaxy A80 gets Android 11-based One UI 3.1 update

Samsung has rolled Android 11-based One UI 3.1 update for Galaxy A80. This smartphone was unveiled in 2019 with Android 11-based One UI 1 software, and now this device is getting One UI 3.1 update. Here’s everything that you need to know about this update.

As per latest report, Samsung has pushed a new software update for the Galaxy A80 handsets in France which can be identified via release number A805FXXU5DUC7. Since this an initial rollout, it may take some time to reach this update to a wider audience.

Along with Android 11-based One UI 3.1, this firmware also comes with March 2021 security patch which improves the security of phone.

It is worth mentioning that Samsung has revised its Android upgrade policy and promised to deliver three major Android updates to every flagship as well as some mid-rangers including Galaxy A51, Galaxy A71, and Galaxy A90 5G. Surprisingly, Samsung has not mentioned the Galaxy A80 for three Android updates eligibility, so the Android 11 is the last major update for this phone.

Samsung Galaxy A80
Samsung Galaxy A80

What’s New in One UI 3.1/ Android 11 update:

The One UI 3.1 Android skin was unveiled with the Galaxy S21 series. It comes with some amazing features such as Eye Comfort Shield, Object Eraser, Private Share, Google Duo integration with stock dialer app, buds Auto Switching, and much more.

Apart from this, Google’s Android 11 is also included with this update which brings new features such as Chat Bubbles that help you to focus on your current work, one-time permissions to apps, pin conversations, security improvements, digital well-being, in-built screen recorder, and more.

Aside from this, the One UI 3.0 provides a revamped Home screen, and a modified user interface in Quick panel, App drawer, and Settings menu. Furthermore, it also comes with major system improvements and a set of new features including improved Samsung Keyboard, visual design, and much more.

How to check for update in Samsung Galaxy A80:

  • Open phone’s Settings
  • Scroll down and tap on Software updates
  • Click the Download and install option.

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