The second beta update that is scheduled to launch today has been postponed to next week. The official Beta Operation Manager has stated the news in Samsung community South Korea. As per the previous report, the second beta version for Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ & Galaxy S21 Ultra was supposed to release today in South Korea. Sadly, Samsung’s official member come ahead and confirmed it is not going to happen this week. However, the Beta Manager didn’t mention the main reason behind the delay, but he promised to bring a more stable version next week.
If there is an issue on Samsung’s side, then the other countries might also face delays. Also, it arises a question whether this week the company will release the first beta for Galaxy S21 in other countries like India, China & Poland. Here is the official answer from Beta Operation Manager.
The second version will be opened next week to provide the most stable version possible.
Sorry for the inconvenience, but please wait a little longer.
After Galaxy S21, Galaxy S20 & Galaxy Note 20 series devices are also in line to participate in Android 12-based One UI 4 beta testing. The beta testing may also come to Galaxy Z series and some Galaxy A series phones. As per the previous report, the stable version of One UI 4.0 may release in December for flagship models.
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