For the last one and half months, Galaxy S21 users have taken part in the Android 12-based One UI 4 beta testing. Now, it looks like Samsung is ready to launch a stable version of the One UI 4.0 update for the Galaxy S21, S21+ & S21 Ultra devices. The official man behind Beta Operation Manager has today announced the beta program has ended for these smartphones. Further, he appealed to users to see the full version. It means in South Korea for now, the company will not recruit users in the beta program for Galaxy S21 series.
Previously, the Galaxy S community moderator mentioned, the stable version of Android 12 will be delivered by December. Now, the Beta Operation Manager has given the same answer, so in the upcoming weeks, we can see the public version. Till now, Samsung has dispatched three beta updates for the One UI 4.0 version. Also, recently, it has released a hotfix for the third beta version to squash known bugs & issues.
This week Samsung has officially announced to bring One UI 4 beta program for Galaxy Z Fold 3 & Flip 3 foldable phones. In the recent answers, it is confirmed the last year’s Galaxy S20 & Galaxy Note 20 devices to get part in the beta testing. For now, we are sure Galaxy S21, S21+ & S21 Ultra devices will soon receive a stable update. It may first release in South Korea, and later in other countries. We will cover the story when the stable update goes live.
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