Good news has finally come for OneUI 4.0 Beta, which has been reported to have been delayed in the past weeks. The beta process of the update has been rolled up.
OneUI, the user interface of Galaxy phones, is getting ready to upgrade. Beta tests were a big stop for Samsung’s new software experience to reach us. Although we were a little disappointed with the news that the beta program was postponed last week, it was finally expected. Registration for the beta program for OneUI 4.0 has started, albeit across 7 countries.
Applications for OneUI 4.0 Beta opened in 7 countries
As of today, Samsung has started offering Android 12-based OneUI 4.0 Beta support for Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra users. Applications are currently being received from the USA, UK, South Korea, China, India, Germany and Poland.
OneUI 4.0 Beta
Samsung’s new operating system update brings some new features to users thanks to Android 12 at its base. The new version has great promises, especially in theme options and customizability. We hope to see the most ambitious customizability advantage of Android 12 one step further with OneUI 4.0. Because Samsung has been trying to offer high customizability from notifications to icons for years.
AR Emoji Studio
Another remarkable innovation that came with the update is AR Emoji Studio. Using this application, you can create a special emoji for yourself through AR technology. It is also possible to use the emoji you have created on any corner of your phone from within a single application.
What are OneUI 4.0 compatible devices?
Currently, only the Galaxy S21 series is compatible with the beta version, but when the stable version is launched, all current models will support OneUI 4.0. According to our predictions, the models that will most likely support the update are as follows:
- Galaxy S21 series
- Galaxy S20 series
- Galaxy Note 20 series
- Galaxy Note 10 series
- All foldable Galaxy phones
- Current models of the Galaxy A series