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ASUS announces a stable update plan for Android 12 for its smartphones

Smartphone brands have started sharing plans to upgrade their devices to Android 12, and the latest OEM to join these plans is ASUS.

The Taiwanese PC manufacturer has confirmed that six of its devices will be updated to the latest version of Android by the first half of 2022.

It is no secret that ASUS has stopped releasing mid-range and budget smartphones. So, at the moment, the company only sells high-end ZenFone models and ROG phones. These devices are also limited to certain regions.

Unlike other OEMs, ASUS still has two Android update policies. Thus, ZenFone 6 and ROG Phone 2 will not receive the Android 12 update. Meanwhile, Newser 6 devices will be able to access the new version of Android.

Says company (via XDA Developers) that an upcoming software update will also provide changes specific to ZenUI and its own battery, as well as performance tweaks.

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Android 12 release date for Asus phones

The stable Android 12 rollout will start in December 2021, ZenFone 8 and ZenFone 8 Flip will be the first to receive the update from phones, followed by ROG Phone 5 and ROG Phone 5S in the first quarter of next year Q1 2022.

Then finally, the ZenFone 7 and ROG Phone 3 will be updated later next year H1 2022.

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Asus Android 12 stable update schedule

From December 2021
ASUS ZenFone 8 Flip
ASUS ZenFone 8

From the first quarter of 2021
ASUS ROG Phone 5S
ASUS ROG Phone 5

From the first half of 2021
ASUS ZenFone 7
ASUS ROG Phone 3

ASUS announces a stable update plan for Android 12 for its smartphones

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