Samsung has done One UI 3.1.1 for the Galaxy S21 series and it’s not far from the default beta for One UI 4 based on Android 12.
Following a client on Samsung’s people group discussion (h/t TizenHelp), the organization opens One UI 4 for beta testing in mid-September. The client says the beta update will initially be done on the Galaxy S21 gadget.
Individuals profess to be in a call to allow recognition of designer-side data, but we encourage you to take this as a place of salt. All things considered, there is some other evidence to record highlighting the unavoidable TizenHelp One UI 4 beta delivery.
The distribution claims that Samsung is building another beta firmware adaptation for the Galaxy S21 series in South Korea. It goes with the configuration number G991NKSU3ZUHE, meaning “Z” means beta programming. Power claims that this new beta is set to be delivered at some point a month from now.
Another clue comes from Geekbench. While benchmarks may be published, this one recommends that Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Android and Record 12 working framework may try something similar.
Elsewhere, Samsung has also refreshed one of the good locking modules for Android 12 delivery. The base module that is eligible for support is One Hand Operation Plus. For the update’s change log, see Android 12 Help. This is another marker that Samsung is preparing applications for new programming.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE appeared on the Google Play console site (via MyFixGuide). The posting shows that the phone will accompany the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+ SoC combined with Adrno 660 GPU and 6 GB RAM, but there may be other RAM alternatives to dispatch. It’s probably running clean Android 11 OS with OneUI 3.1 out of the box and FHD+ (1080 x 2009) shows called Elements.
Samsung has not declared any insight regarding UI of One 4 yet. Nevertheless, given this load of clues, we can hear from the organization in a few weeks. The Samsung membership app should also push a notification when one has access to UI 4 beta as well.