Samsung released the first Android 12-based One UI 4 Beta update last month, for Galaxy S21 series smartphone users in South Korea, the United States, and Germany. At the beginning of September, consumers of the Galaxy S21 series have been waiting for the second Beta version, which has now begun to roll out in South Korea and Germany.
According to official information, the company has started to send the latest Android 12-based One UI 4 Beta update with 2nd build to Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. However, the rollout of the update is currently underway in South Korea and Germany.
If you are a Galaxy S21 series smartphone user from South Korea and Germany. Then, identify the latest update via the last 4 digits of the PDA version number – ZUJ1. In addition, we have an official changelog that mentions all the latest changes for Beta participants, such as new color themes, microphone mode during video calls, RAM Plus for 4GB of additional RAM, and more.
One UI 4 Beta Changelog:
- Bug fixes
- Color theme applied
- Microphone mode (standard, voice emphasis, all sounds) added during video calls
- RAM Plus (virtual RAM) applied
- Samsung keyboard input accuracy improved
- Fixed a problem with closing when running Secure Folder
- Performance-related improvements
- Many other improvements applied
If you are participating in the Samsung Android 12-based One UI 4 Beta program in South Korea, the United States, or Germany, please manually check for the latest software update by navigating to your device settings >> software update >> download and install.
Since this is currently rolling out in South Korea and Germany, the company will soon expand the availability of One UI 4 Beta 2 based on Android 12 to the United States and Germany. Stay tuned for further updates on the matter.