After releasing the Android 12 update to its high-end smartphones and tablets, Samsung has switched its focus to mid-range and entry-level devices. The company has now released the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update to the Galaxy M52 5G.
The latest software update for the Galaxy M52 5G comes with firmware version M526BXXU1BVC6. The update is currently rolling out in India, and it brings Android 12 along with the March 2022 security patch. According to Samsung, the new security patch fixes over 50 security vulnerabilities.
If you are a Galaxy M52 5G user in India, you can now download the Android 12 update on your phone by navigating to Settings » Software update and tapping on Download and install. We would suggest using a Wi-Fi network to download the update as it has a file size of 2,549.86MB. You can also download the latest firmware file and flash it manually once the firmware shows up in our database.
Galaxy M52 5G Android 12 update features
Samsung had launched the Galaxy M52 5G six months ago with Android 11-based One UI 3.1 software. The phone will likely get at least one more Android OS update (Android 13) in the future. The Android 12 update brings dozens of new features, including improved design, Color Palette feature, improved stock apps, and resizable picture-in-picture mode.
The update also brings improved privacy through camera and microphone usage indicators and the option to disable camera and microphone across the system through new quick setting toggles. The South Korean firm has also improved the design of the camera app and the Device Care section. Brightness and volume sliders now have a thicker design.
Google Duo Live Sharing is also a part of the update and so is Grammarly-powered language suggestions through Samsung Keyboard. Bixby, Bixby Routines, and accessibility features have been improved as well. The built-in Gallery app now supports Object Eraser, Reflection Eraser, and Shadow Eraser.
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