If you have a car with Android Auto and a high-end Samsung mobile launched in recent years, you are in luck as these devices are compatible with the "wireless" version of Android Auto regardless of whether or not they have Android 11 ..
Just take a look at the Android Auto support page, where we can find all the information about it.
Until now, only models from the Nexus and Pixel series and above were compatible with Android Auto wireless connection, which allows access to the Android-based infotainment interface without the need to connect the phone to the car with a USB cable. However, even owners of high-end Samsung terminals like the Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note9 or Galaxy S20 among many others can benefit from this advantage. Of course, everyone who has a terminal with Android 11 or later, they can also access the function regardless of the brand.
Android Auto without cables on Samsung mobile phones
Logically, in order to use this feature you must have a car compatible with Android Auto. Also, although the connection is made without the need for cables, it will be necessary carry out the initial configuration with the mobile phone connected to the vehicle's USB port.
In total, the complete list of Samsung mobile phones which receive compatibility with Android Auto without the need for cables
- Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8 + (although it has Android 9)
- Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+
- Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+
- Samsung Galaxy Note8 (although it has Android 9)
- Samsung Galaxy Note9
- Samsung Galaxy Note10 / Note10 +
- Any Samsung mobile with Android 10 or later
- Any Samsung mobile with Android 11 or later
That said, it needs to be commented on that another essential requirement to use this feature is to have installed a version equal to or higher than the 4.7 edition of the app Android Auto, available for free download on Google Play.