What’s interesting to mention is that the Galaxy A21s and Galaxy A02s are likely to stay on Android 12 until they’re phased out since they were launched back in 2020 with Android 10 onboard. After two major Android OS update, those who own these two phones can only expect to receive security patches for two more years. As far as the Galaxy A03s goes, this one was released last year, so it’s probably going to receive Android 13 at some point next year, which will be its last. These phones aren’t on Samsung’s list of devices that will receive three Android OS updates, but they will certainly receive four years of security updates.
When it comes to Android 12 updates, Samsung is definitely on a roll, but given how many phones the South Korean company releases each year, this was inevitable sooner or later. Samsung has focused on the Galaxy A series and other budget-friendly phones after updating the majority of its flagships, both new and old. This week alone, three low-cost Samsung devices have all received updates to Android 12. Samsung Galaxy A02s, Galaxy A03s, and Galaxy A21s are now qualified for Android 12 and One UI 4.1 updates, according to reports from SamMobile.
Android 12 updates are rolling out for these phones in various European countries and include the June security patch, which addressed more than 60 privacy and security vulnerabilities. Blake Lemoine started enquiring about a computer’s emotions last fall. Lemoine, an engineer for Google’s Responsible AI team, was entrusted with testing the Language Model for Dialogue Applications, or LaMDA, one of the company’s AI systems, to make sure it didn’t start spouting out hate speech. However, when Lemoine spent more time with the programme, their discussions shifted to topics like religion, emotion, and how the programme perceived itself.