The latest firmware spotted for Galaxy Note 10 & Note 10+ indicates Samsung is preparing the One Ui 4 Beta version. The Galaxy Note 10 series is the flagship model from 2019, and according to the Samsung official, it will get 3 major updates. At launch, it was running on the Android 10 version, so it is eligible for the Android 12 update. In the initial firmware building, the software version N971NKSU2ZUKD for Note 10 & N975NKSU2ZUKD for Note 10+ has come into the light.
The One UI 4 beta program has started in mid-September and still running on new flagship models. The Galaxy S21 is now receiving stable Android 12 updates in many countries, but the remaining are still in beta testing. This week, Samsung has opened a beta program for Galaxy Z Fold 2 & Z Flip smartphones. After all these devices, the Galaxy Note 10 is the flagship model in the market. Probably in the waiting line for the beta version.
As per the official roadmap, Galaxy Note 10 will get a stable update in January 2022. If the spotted firmware build tells the true story, then the Note 10 has enough time to test the Android 12-based One UI 4 beta version. Galaxy Note 10 was the participant of last year’s One UI 3 beta testing program, and now probably getting a new one. If there is a change in the current firmware build, then we will let you know.