Samsung is introducing a new beta version of the One UI 4 with a host of updates
Samsung launched its Android 12 campaign with the launch of the One UI 4 beta program last month, allowing Galaxy S21 series owners to try out an early version of Android 12.
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Samsung launched its Android 12 campaign with the launch of the One UI 4 beta program last month, allowing Galaxy S21 series owners to try out an early version of Android 12. Since then, the South Korean giant has released several beta updates, added new features, and fixed annoying bugs.
The third One UI 4 beta version was released two weeks ago and fixed bugs related to virtual RAM, Samsung keyboard, and more. Now Samsung has just released a new One UI 4 beta version for the Galaxy S21 series, which further enhances the overall software experience.
According to user reports on the XDA-Developers forums, Samsung has begun introducing a fourth One UI 4 beta version on the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 +, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. The update weighs 807.27 MB and carries the firmware version G998BKSKSU3ZUK1 / G998BOKSM3ZUK1 / G99kBKSKSU3ZUK1. Although the latest beta version does not introduce any major changes, it corrects many bugs and problems reported by beta testers.
A new update has started arriving on Galaxy S21 units in South Korea and other markets. If you are in the third One UI 4 beta, you should get a new update soon. One UI 4 has many new features and visual changes, including a redesigned quick settings panel, improved dark mode, new home screen widgets, new charging effects, and improved multitasking experience, and more.
By: Amber V. - Zexron