The Samsung Galaxy A 32 5G might be the first phone to feature stable One UI 3.0 based on Android 11

Samsung is already working on getting Android 11 on all their smartphones that are currently running on Android 10. Now as per a report from Galaxy Club, a new Samsung device with model number SM-A326B has been tested with the Android 11 operating system. The smartphone that is currently being tested looks very similar to the Galaxy A 32 5G. If the details are right, then it seems that Samsung can soon be rolling out One UI 3.0, which will be completely based on the Android 11 operating system. 

The One UI 3.0 beta was released early by Samsung for developers and subsequently, they have been running a beta program for various other flagship models with One UI 3.0 features. It could be a possibility that Galaxy A32 5G could be the first device to debut the One UI 3.0 based on Android 11, also considering that they are expected to launch the Galaxy A52 and A72 this month or in January 2021. It is currently not sure that One UI 3.0 stable version will come with Galaxy A32 5G or not. 

However, the company is looking forward to launching the S21 series with upgraded One UI 3.1 in January, therefore, Galaxy A32 5G would be the perfect way to provide a 3.0 update right now. The phone details started leaking in the month of July and are nearing the launch with 5G support, a polycarbonate body, an Infinity V notch display, and a 48MP primary sensor at the rear. We hope for more leaks as the day of launch comes closer.

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