Approaching the official release of Android 12, Samsung has finally started releasing its customized version of the operating system, One UI 4.0, to a select group of users. Still in the testing phase, the novelty seeks to offer a safer, more private and autonomous use experience in everyday life — all with fluidity and high performance.
Unfortunately, the current test does not include Brazil, but the trend is that the novelty will reach our country in the future, at least when the final edition of the software is available. Check out more details.
Requirements and Availability
Initially, the first trial version of One UI 4.0 will only be available for the line Galaxy S21. If eligible, interested users must access the Samsung Members app and enroll in the One UI Beta program — which can be found through the advertisement on the app’s home page. Next, just check the “Software Update” section in the device settings and download the new feature.
Samsung, however, followed the same launch formula of the previous version and made the One UI 4.0 beta available to a limited group of countries, namely: China, India, Germany, Poland, South Korea, United Kingdom and United States. On the other hand, it is possible that the company will expand the list of participating countries and devices over time, as it did before.
Recommended for the more experienced
Of course, trial versions of applications and software tend to be more unstable and prone to problems. For this reason, installing the One UI 4.0 beta is only recommended for users with more experience in the device recovery process, as serious failures can occur — as in the One UI 3.0 test.
According to initial reports, One UI 4.0 has interesting new features, such as support for split screen in multiple applications, including programs that do not have the function. However, as this is a beta, occasional bugs appear when using the interface.