Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G Android update status
Currently: Android 11
When Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G launched, it shipped with Android 10, but has since been updated to Android 11.
Beta versions and unofficial versions
There's an official Android beta for Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G available. The Android 12 beta is official beta from the phone's manufacturer, but it is not recommended for everyone. You should install beta version of the operating system only if you understand the possible associated risks.
Expected: Android 12 and Android 13
The next expected Android update, Android 12, should be released in 01/2022. However, this is only the manufacturer's promise, as far as we know - Samsung might release even further updates to the phone later or might end support earlier on.
Samsung has promised to deliver these major Android versions for Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G: Android 12 and Android 13.
However, this is only the manufacturer's promise, as far as we know - Samsung might release even further updates to the phone later or might end support earlier on.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G update history
Samsung has promised the phone will eventually get Android 13. This will be the phone's last and final Android update.
Beta version of Android 12 available.
Samsung has promised the phone will eventually get Android 12. (Expected: 01 / 2022)
Official, stable version of Android 11 released for Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G gets released, ships with Android 10.
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Why my phone still has the older Android version...?
Please note that most of the time the new Android versions get rolled out relatively slowly: manufacturers don't deliver over-the-air (OTA) Android updates to all users at the same time, but instead, roll out the update in cycles.
Additionally, if your phone has been bought from an operator, this complicates things. While the unlocked phones might get the updates, the operator-specific, so-called "locked phones" might be out of luck. Typically, the large operators have their own customizations in place for the phones sold through them and due those customizations, the update schedule for operator locked phones can be totally different than those that are unlocked.
You can try to manually check if there's an update available for your phone by visiting your phone's Settings. There, you can find a place for System updates. Visit that section: it will check whether there's updates available for your phone right now.
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