Samsung is preparing for the release of One UI 4.0 Beta. Android 12 is right on its way for the launch soon and Samsung is also ready to serve its customers with a fresh look and design on its next skin update.
Users of OnePlus, ASUS, OPPO have received their treat of Android 12 on their flagship devices. Samsung meanwhile is still remaining in the lot. But as per sources, Samsung could launch the One UI 4.0 between September and October to a select few handsets. Check out: All the Samsung Mobiles available in Nepal with its price.
SamMobile has also noted that Samsung has started updating its default apps to make them compatible with Android 12. This can only mean one thing and that is the Korean company is readying its Android 12 based update for an imminent launch.
Meanwhile, the famous tipster Ice Universe says that One UI 4.0 would bring new animations and redesigned applications. Besides, Samsung would also be adding new privacy and graphic modules on its next update to the skin taking after Android 12.
There are also rumors that One UI 4.0 would bring some optimizations for devices that are powered by Snapdragon 888 and Exynos 2100. Besides, Samsung’s proprietary protection feature Samsung Knox and the Samsung Notes app will also receive some improvements.
One UI 4.0 Beta: Compatible Devices
It is official that One UI 4.0 beta would be available for Samsung’s S21 series. This list includes Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. However, Samsung may add more devices later but it hasn’t revealed much.
But it is safe to assume that other flagship and upper mid-rangers would also make the cut. Besides, the Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy Note 10 series, Galaxy Note 20 series, Galaxy Z fold 3, Z flip 3, other fold models, and Galaxy A series such as Galaxy A52, Galaxy A71, and others may be eligible for the One Ui 4.0 update.
Reliable portal Tizenhelp has reported that One UI 4.0 Beta will be available first on Galaxy S21 series this September.
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