Samsung will soon be releasing its One UI 4 beta for the Galaxy S21. And the best thing about this announcement is that the update will be making its way to the US too.
Samsung has not yet confirmed the new changes that will be included in the One UI 4 beta. But according to rumors, it’s possible that it will have a complete visual change of Samsung’s software, which will now be based on Google’s Material You design language. This will allow users to have a more personalized experience on their devices by using new app icons and color schemes. The UI will also likely come with performance and efficiency updates that will improve battery life.
As of this writing, there is no word on when the rollout will take place. But with the final Android 12 version expected to be released on September 12th, it's possible that the One UI 4 beta rollout will take place shortly after.
If you wish to participate in the One UI 4 beta program, you will need to open the Samsung Members app on your Galaxy S21. You can find the One UI 4 beta banner on the app so you can start enrolling in the program to receive access. Take note that not everyone will be guaranteed a slot in the program since Samsung limits the number of participants.
It’s likely that the beta rollout will take place in South Korea first before it becomes available in the US a few days later. The beta version will then roll out in the UK, Germany, and other countries.
The UI will likely roll out to the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra at a later date before it becomes available on more devices.
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