Samsung introduced One UI 4 update based on Android 12. The Korean smartphone company has already launched it. Stable One UI 4 build for Samsung Galaxy S21 Worldwide Series. We are also currently beta testing for several devices, including: Galaxy Z Fold 3, Flip 3, and Note 20 series. Now a day later the Galaxy Note10 series has jumped on the One UI 4 beta train, with the company offering (via Tizen support) the NS Android 12 Beta program for the 2019 Galaxy S flagship, the S10 series.
Like its Note siblings, the S10 series is currently receiving One UI 4 beta in South Korea. However, it is only a matter of time before Samsung expands its beta program to other parts of the world. Android 12 beta is available for the entire Galaxy S10 family: S10e, regular S10 and S10+. If you live in Korea and want to install the One UI 4 beta on your S10, you must first sign up for the beta program using the Samsung Members app. Then the OTA update should be marked for download on your device.
The One UI 4 update doesn’t bring any significant new changes. Still, Samsung has integrated the best parts of Android 12 nicely, including Material U, a privacy dashboard, a tweaked notification window, and a quick settings panel. As we mentioned in the One UI 4 review, releases are about the little things.
According to a timeline posted by Samsung in the member app, the Galaxy S10 series Stable One UI 4/Android will arrive in the United States on February 12, 2022. Launched in 2019 with Android 9, this will be the third major OS upgrade since the phone’s launch. Samsung’s Extended Software Support Policy. But after that, the S10 series might get another year of security patches from the Korean giant.
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