Galaxy A60 is the latest Samsung smartphone to receive an update to Android 11

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Over the past year, Samsung has shown very impressive results in terms of software updates. The company has already rolled out the Android 11 update for almost all of its latest mid-range and premium smartphones. Now Samsung has started deploying the latest Android to the Galaxy A60

Samsung Galaxy A60

The Galaxy A60 (SM-A6060), which launched in China in early 2019 with Android 9, has now started receiving the Android 11 update. The new software update brings the device up to a firmware version of the phone. A6060ZCU3CUD3 and contains the March 2021 security patch. As this is a major software update, we recommend that you use a Wi-Fi network to download it.

We’re still not sure exactly which UI update the Galaxy A60 will get – One UI 3.0 or One UI 3.1… In any case, this update should include most of the features related to Android 11, including one-time permissions, automatic reset of permissions, chat bubbles, a conversation section in the notification area, a media player widget in the quick settings area, and an easier option for accessing smart home controls. …

Update also includes a redesigned user interface, improved stock apps, an improved version of the Samsung keyboard, more Dynamic Lockscreen and AoD widget options, more lock screen widgets, video backgrounds for voice calls, an improved version of digital wellness and parental controls, and a number of options in Bixby routines.

If you are a Galaxy A60 user in China and have not received the update yet, you can manually check for it by going to Settings -> Software Update and clicking Download and Install.


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