Samsung has finally opened its One UI 5 Beta testing program for the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ & Galaxy S21 Ultra smartphones. It is now officially recruiting users in South Korea, and soon it will open in other countries. After Galaxy S22 series, the last year’s flagship models are the second to get the beta version. The users who participated have a chance to use all the Android 13 features before others, and send their feedback to the company.
In the One UI 5.0 firmware update, Samsung has introduced many new features, improved existing ones, and listened to the users to fix several bugs. The notification center has been enhanced to display better visuals, app icons, and other minor changes. It has also sped up animation to get smooth performance.
The Galaxy S22 series will get a stable version in the mid of October, and in the same month, the Galaxy S21 series may also receive a stable version. The Galaxy S21 could also get the One UI 4.1.1 version in the coming days.
Yesterday, Samsung has launched a major camera update for the Galaxy S21 series, and now it is rolling out another major update.
To participate in the beta testing program, users should open the Samsung Members app and sign up for the program. Once they sign up for the program, then they can download the beta firmware on their Galaxy S21 smartphones.