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- Samsung is expected to launch the One UI 4 beta next month.
- Updates should first land on the Galaxy S21 series.
According to a user On Samsung’s community forum (h/t help), the company will open One UI 4 for Beta testing in mid-September. Users say that the beta update will be rolled out to Galaxy S21 devices first.
Although this person claims to work in an industry that allows access to developer information, we recommend that you have reservations about this.In other words, there is some other evidence that help Point to the list of upcoming One UI 4 beta releases.
The publication claims that Samsung is building a new beta firmware version for the Galaxy S21 series in South Korea. It carries the internal version number G991NKSU3ZUHE, where “Z” Express This is a beta version of the software. The outlet claims that this new beta version will be released sometime next month.
Another tip comes from Geekbench. Although the benchmark list can be easily faked, the list lists the Galaxy S21 Ultra equipped with the Android 12 operating system, which shows that Samsung can now conduct the same test.
Elsewhere, Samsung has also updated one of its Good Lock modules for the Android 12 version.The first module to receive support is One-handed operation plus. The updated change log mentions support for Android 12. This is another indicator that Samsung is preparing its applications for new software.
Samsung has not announced any details about One UI 4. However, given all these tips, we can receive news from the company in the next few weeks. When the One UI 4 beta is available, the Samsung Members app should also push notifications.