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Samsung has never been at the front of the line when it comes to rolling out the latest Android updates. That said, the OEM has made strides in the last few years to push new versions quicker. Now, the big question is which Samsung Galaxy devices will get their Android 11 updates first. Luckily for you, the process has already started, so let’s dive in.

Samsung Android 11 update: Which phones have already received it?

Current Samsung Android 11 updates

Credit: David Imel / Android Authority

As we said, Samsung isn’t always the fastest when it comes to updates. Part of this delay is due to the OneUI updates that are required. As a result, Samsung tends to start with the most recent devices and work its way back to the oldest models. So far, you’ll find the Android 11 update on the Galaxy S20 series (including the FE), Note 10 and 20 series, Galaxy S10 series, and all of Samsung’s folding phones.

See also: How to install Android 11 — A step by step guide

The latest Samsung Galaxy S21 devices shipped with Android 11 already onboard, so you won’t have to worry about those until Android 12 rolls around. More recently, Samsung pushed the Android 11 update to its mid-range Galaxy M phones and select Galaxy A units. For a quick recap of which devices are updated, check here:

Galaxy S

  • S21/S21 Plus/S21 Ultra
  • S20/S20 Plus/S20 Ultra/S20 FE
  • S10/S10 Plus/S10 5G/S10E/S10 Lite

Galaxy Note

  • Note 20/Note 20 Ultra
  • Note 10/Note 10 Plus/Note 10 Lite

Galaxy M

  • M21
  • M31s

Galaxy Z

  • Fold/Fold 2
  • Flip/Flip 5G

Galaxy A

  • A71
  • A51
  • A50

Other

  • Galaxy XCover Pro

If you want more information on which regions have received the update, feel free to explore our Android 11 update hub at the link.

Samsung’s One UI 3.0/Android 11 update roadmap

Upcoming Samsung Android 11 updates

Although Samsung has made solid progress so far with its Android 11 update rollout, the journey is far from over. We’re working with Samsung’s official roadmap for now, so this should be your best guess as to when your phone will receive the update. Some users may not see an update until the end of summer, but it’s worth looking forward to. Here is the schedule as we know it so far:

March 2021

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus
  • Samsung Galaxy M31
  • Samsung Galaxy M30S

April 2021

  • Samsung Galaxy A90
  • Samsung Galaxy A40
  • Samsung Galaxy M51 (Egypt)

May 2021

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
  • Samsung Galaxy A80
  • Samsung Galaxy A70
  • Samsung Galaxy A42

June 2021

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 3
  • Samsung Galaxy A41
  • Samsung Galaxy A31
  • Samsung Galaxy A21S
  • Samsung Galaxy A01 Core (Egypt)
  • Samsung Galaxy M11 (Egypt)
  • Samsung Galaxy A11 (Egypt)
  • Samsung Galaxy A01 (Egypt)

July 2021

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e
  • Samsung Galaxy A20e
  • Samsung Galaxy A30 (Egypt)

August 2021

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Pro
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019)
  • Samsung Galaxy XCover 4S
  • Samsung Galaxy A30S
  • Samsung Galaxy A20S
  • Samsung Galaxy A20 (Egypt)
  • Samsung Galaxy A10S (Egypt)

September 2021

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019)
  • Samsung Galaxy A10

News of this One UI 3.0 and Android 11 update roadmap comes not long after Samsung pledged to bring three generations of Android version updates to select devices. You can check out the full list of eligible devices at the link.

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