The Galaxy S21 lineup in listed countries is now on a second beta update for Android 12-based One UI 4.0. Samsung has included many features & changes in the upcoming version. The new Material You, color theme, RAM Plus, changed icons, and many other changes make it more forward-looking. Now, after Galaxy S21, the company is going to launch a beta version on Galaxy S20 & Galaxy Z series devices. The firmware buildup for these devices has been spotted in South Korea, which hints soon they will get a beta version.
The last year’s Galaxy 20, S20+ & S20 Ultra are some of those flagship models, which will receive a beta version. The foldable phones have also participated in the beta testing last year, so they will do the same this year. The code with firmware version G98*NKSU1ZUJ3 for Galaxy S20 & the numbers F707NKSU1UZUJ1 for Galaxy Z Flip 3 have been spotted. It could be a sign, next week, Samsung will open a beta testing program for these devices. The Galaxy Z Fold 3, Fold 2 & Galaxy Note 20 series to get a beta version later this month.
Samsung has hinted Galaxy S21 series will get stable Android 12 or One UI 4.0 firmware in December. Last year, Galaxy S20 had received Android 11-based One UI 3.0 firmware on December 3rd, following Galaxy Note 20 & other smartphones in the same month. The beta testing program still has to reach many devices including high-end Galaxy A smartphones.
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