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- Samsung’s One UI 4.0 beta missed the expected September 9 release date.
- The Samsung Community Manager has confirmed that the software is not ready yet.
- There is no news about a specific launch date, but the beta version should be launched later this month.
Samsung’s next major upgrade to its Android skin will be in the form of One UI 4.0. This Android 12-based software is highly anticipated because Samsung’s latest One UI 3.1.1 update does not really add many new features to its phones. Samsung has promised to launch One UI 4.0 in September, and it is expected to land on the company’s domestic market in South Korea for the first time on September 9. However, this did not happen.
Samsung’s Korean community manager responsible for providing the One UI 4.0 beta update confirmed to members that the software will not be launched on the planned September 9th. “We ask for your understanding, we cannot inform you of the timetable until the beta version is open,” the community manager pointed out in the forum (machine translation) postal.
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The person in charge of the Samsung beta did not really explain the reason for the delay or the length of time. However, since the company has promised to launch it in September, the One UI 4.0 beta should not be too far away. In other words, the outlook for this weekend’s update is slim.
One thing is certain-Samsung will release the One UI 4.0 beta in South Korea before entering the US and other markets. So please continue to pay attention, if you find a new beta version before us, please give us a hint here, we will definitely thank you.