Are you holding a Samsung Galaxy A60 smartphone? We have a piece of good news for you. The popular smartphone Galaxy A60 is supposed to receive an Android 11 update pretty soon. The smartphone was launched way back in 2019 with Android 9 out of the box, and it has received its first major update – Android 10 in 2020.
After about one year, the smartphone is going to receive its second major update. As of now, the Android 11 update is rolling out to devices in China only. However, Samsung is supposed to expand its update rollout to other regions pretty soon.
Samsung Galaxy A60 Gets Android 11 Update
Many users in China have already received the new update on their Samsung Galaxy A60 smartphone. The phone is getting a new update with firmware version A6060ZCU3CUD3. Along with the major Android 11 update, the phone will also receive the March 2021 security patch.
We don’t know the accurate update size, but since this is a major software upgrade, it’s recommended to use a WiFi network to download it. Also, we are not sure whether the smartphone is receiving the One UI 3.0 or One UI 3.1 update. In both cases, the update will bring the Android 11 features.
With Android 11, you can expect few UI changes, a dynamic lock screen, AOD widgets, and an upgrade in Digital Wellbeing. If you live in China and haven’t yet received the update, you need to manually check for it through Settings > Software Update. On the Software update, check for the available update.
Samsung Galaxy A60 is a smartphone that’s launched way back in 2019. The phone runs on Android 9.0 (Pie) out of the box, and it has Snapdragon 675 octa-core chipset. Along with that, the smartphone is made available in multiple variants – 64GB/6GB RAM & 128GB/6GB RAM.
The phone came into the limelight due to its excellent camera setup. It has 3 cameras set up – 32MP+8MP+5MP and a 16 Megapixel sensor on the front. Both front and back camera supports HDR and 1080p video recording.