Android 12 isn't out yet for Samsung's cell phones. The organization is at present running the One UI 4.0 beta program. It has focused on delivering the Android 12-based One UI 4.0 for certain gadgets before the finish of this current year.
More seasoned gadgets will keep admittance to Samsung Places
Samsung Places was dispatched in 2017 with the Galaxy S8. The component was just made accessible in select business sectors like the United States. Controlled by guest profiling organization Hiya, Samsung Places empowered clients to look for and call organizations from inside the dialer.
The component appeared well and good. A great many people actually reach out to a business via telephone when they look for it on the web. So rather than duplicating the number from a program to the dialer, Samsung Places incorporated the pursuit and call usefulness into the dialer itself.
In business sectors where the component was offered, Samsung Places supplanted the Favorites tab in the local dialer. The pursuit highlight gave valuable insights concerning nearby organizations and clients could settle on a decision with only one tap.
Hiya has affirmed today that Samsung Places has now been taken out from all Samsung gadgets delivered on or after January first, 2021. The help will not be accessible on any Galaxy gadget after it's moved up to Android 12.
Samsung gadgets not qualified for Android 12 will keep on approaching Samsung Places. So on the off chance that you have an old gadget that will not get One UI 4.0, you can continue to utilize Samsung Places like previously.
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