Earlier this year, Samsung announced the launch of the Galaxy A32 5G, which is the brand’s cheapest 5G smartphone product to date. Later, the company also released a 4G variant of the A32, which has a 90Hz refresh rate display, while the 5G variant displays 60Hz.
In terms of software, Galaxy A32 models are equipped with the latest One UI 3.1 software system based on Android 11. According to Samsung’s update policy, it will carry out a major upgrade to Android 13 and provide four-year security update support. Now, the company has released a new software update, which brings updated security patches.
According to the latest information, Samsung will now improve the system security of the Galaxy A32 by installing the latest Android released in May 2021 and a UI patch. The update was found in Panama, and its release number is A325MUBU1AUD2.
In addition to updated security patches, this version also enhances system functions and stock applications and fixes some unknown errors to provide a better user experience. However, this is a preliminary deployment, and the company can quickly expand the coverage of its 4G and 5G variants to more regions.
To check for the update manually on your Galaxy devices, just go to the Settings, scroll down to Software updates, and then click on Download and install.