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Samsung One UI 4.0 Beta (Android 12) Is Reportedly Announced1 min read

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According to a tipter, Samsung One UI 4.0 beta, based on the forthcoming Android 12, has been unveiled. One of Samsung’s community administrators is claimed to have made the statement and posted a banner asking owners of the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra to join the beta program. Meanwhile, a source claims that the South Korean tech giant would begin rolling out the Galaxy S21 series beta in August, with the stable version following in November or December.

“Galaxy S21 series One UI 4 beta is coming soon,” according to a banner posted by a Samsung community manager (login needed), which was initially noticed by tipster Ice Universe. Samsung has requested participation from Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra users in South Korea. All people who have SIM-free (unlocked) phones and those who purchased them via carriers are eligible to participate in the Samsung One UI 4.0 beta program. On the other hand, the poster hasn’t given a specific release date for the beta and stable versions.

Meanwhile, another tipster, Chun (@chunvn8888), stated that the Samsung Galaxy S21 series of smartphones would receive the first beta release in August, with the stable version following in November or maybe the second week of December, depending on the faults discovered. Chun also detailed some of the improvements in Samsung One UI 4.0 that Samsung smartphone customers may notice.


According to the source, Samsung One UI 4.0 will significantly upgrade Samsung One UI 3.0. According to the source, icons and color schemes may change, and Samsung may adopt Android 12 Material You UI in some situations. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 888/ Exynos 2100 SoCs are likely to benefit from the upgrade as well. Minor upgrades to Knox, Samsung’s security architecture, and a redesign of the Samsung Notes app are also possible “because a lot of devices now support S-Pen.”

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