Samsung Stops One UI 4 Beta Updates For The Galaxy S21

Samsung Stops One UI 4 Beta Updates For The Galaxy S21

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Samsung pushed its fourth One UI 4 beta for the Galaxy S21 series last week, and today a company representative revealed it was the final one.

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The Community Manager on Beta operations revealed any issues with the fourth Beta will be fixed with the new package, which will be the official firmware. So barring the discovery of any major last-minute issues the next time an update notification arrives it should be for the Android 12-based One UI 4 stable version.

GSMARENA reports that the Galaxy S21 smartphones will be the first to get the stable One UI 4, while Galaxy S20, Z Fold3, Z Flip3 and Note20 will get the package subsequently.

Samsung is expected to launch iGalaxy S21 FE early 2022 and will be the first phone to run the Android 12-based UI out of the box.

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Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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