Samsung released the third One UI 4.0 beta update for the Galaxy S21 just a few weeks ago in South Korea. What’s more, the company has now stopped enrolling beta testers into the program. It is obviously a good sign suggesting that tests were successful. And now, the company rectifying the last few errors and getting ready for the final and public release.
For people that don’t know about the new update, One UI 4.0 Beta 3 is based on the latest official Android 12 build. So, it includes the final version of the firmware and APIs. As per the Samsung Community Manager, Samsung has stopped taking Beta participants with a note that they hope to see you in the full version. It further indicates that Samsung is getting ready to roll out the final software in November.
More devices might get the One UI 4.0 update in the future
Originally, just the Samsung Galaxy S21 Series devices were eligible for the program. However, there are rumors suggesting that the program will soon open for Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold 3 foldable devices. Apart from that, the older Galaxy S and Note series may receive the update soon too. That said, we haven’t heard anything about such devices getting the update.
We cannot say for sure if the One UI 4.0 will release in November or not. And in case if it doesn’t roll out in November; the update will surely be out first in South Korea before other parts of the world.
Usually, these kinds of updates take months to reach out to every device. However, Samsung has been offering quick updates for the past few years.
Earlier reports suggested that Samsung is skinning and reworking several of its Windows apps under the name One UI Book 4.