After releasing the latest security update to most of its high-end smartphones, Samsung has now diverted its attention to mid-range phones. The Galaxy A32 is the latest mid-range smartphone from the company to get a new software update integrated with the May 2021 security patch. The smartphone was originally launched three months ago.
The Galaxy A32 (4G) has started getting the May 2021 security update in Panama. The new software, which has firmware version A325MUBU1AUD2, fixes various privacy and security-related vulnerabilities. As per the company’s documentation, the May 2021 security update includes 23 fixes from Samsung and dozens of fixes from Google. We expect the update to roll out in other markets soon.
If you are a Galaxy A32 user in Panama, you may have received a notification to update your smartphone to the latest software. If you haven’t received the update yet, you can check for it manually by navigating to Settings » Software update and tapping on Download and install. You can also download the newest firmware from our database and flash it manually if you don’t want to wait for the OTA update.
The Galaxy A32, which was launched in February 2021 with Android 11 (and One UI 3.1) on board, is currently listed under Samsung’s quarterly update schedule. The phone could receive two major Android OS updates (Android 12 and Android 13) in the future.