Samsung Galaxy A03 Core Finally Receives an OS Update; Bumped to Android 12 x One UI 4

Sohail Akhtar

While Android 12 seems aged and almost one and a half years old, it is still long overdue for some devices. Samsung Galaxy A03 Core happens to be one of them, and yesterday, Samsung finally rolled out the long-awaited Android 12 x One UI 4 update for it. Here's everything the new firmware brings to the table.

Android 12 OTA for the Galaxy A03 Core has commenced in Russia. It updates the firmware to a newer version, A032FXXU2BWC3, and marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter for users of this device. 

In the following days, Samsung will likely broadcast the new OS to other countries. It's also true for Pakistani Galaxy A03 Core users. Upon availability in the region, your phone will notify you; if it doesn't, you can always check for the update manually by navigating to the "Software update" section in your device settings. 

Samsung's "Core" labeled devices are generally budget-friendly entry-level smartphones with limited hardware resources. As expected, the latest One UI 4 firmware update for the Galaxy A03 Core does not offer the same feature-rich experience as the update for the non "Core" labeled devices. When comparing different phone brands, it's important to look beyond just the Samsung mobile price and consider factors such as specs, features, and user reviews.

Nevertheless, with this latest update, users can still expect a significant improvement in the device's overall UI aesthetics and functionality. Also, some latent performance upgrades are imminent with One UI 4. It bonds well with the phone's hardware specifications.

Galaxy A03 Core features a PLS LCD with HD+ resolution, a Unisoc SC9863A, 2GB RAM, 32GB storage, a single 8MP camera on the back, a 5MP selfie shooter up front, a 5000mAh battery, a micro USB port with OTG support, and a single loudspeaker.    


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