Samsung Galaxy A11 came out in May 2020 with Android 10 out-of-the-box. It has now bagged the One UI 3.1 (Android 11) update in Panama.

However, other carrier-locked and unlocked variants of Samsung Galaxy A11 are still awaiting the same.

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Samsung Galaxy A11

Among them, the Telus, Fido, and Rogers Galaxy A11 variants for which there has been no word on the latest OS update until now.

Users of the Galaxy A11 in Canada are in for a treat this month as the said OS update is just around the corner.

Fido, Telus, and Rogers have updated their OS upgrade schedules for the Galaxy A11 variants.

As per the updated schedules, the said Galaxy A11 variants are expected to get the Android 11 update on June 15 in Canada.

This is certainly good news for those with the Fido, Rogers, and Telus Galaxy A11 units in Canada.

It is possible that the One UI 3.1 (Android 11) update rollout for the said A11 variants might phased.

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This further means that all users of the Telus, Rogers, and Fido Galaxy A11 units might not get the said OS update on June 15.

Also, the network service providers have clearly mentioned that the dates provided in the schedules are subject to change.

However, nothing is certain until the service providers make further announcements on the matter.

So, it is advisable to wait for the D-Day with the hope that the said Galaxy A11 variants will start receiving the latest OS update in Canada.

That said, we will keep tracking this and report back once we get more info on the matter so stay tuned.

In the meantime, you can keep an eye on our One UI 3.1 and carrier Android 11 (Canada) trackers to get the latest updates.

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