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(CHK) Samsung seems to be very focused to launch OneUI 4.0 as soon as possible through accelerating the launch of new Beta versions.
Samsung launched the beta program for the Android 12-based Galaxy S21 One UI 4 earlier this month and has released its third OTA update to fix some issues. The update is around 975MB in size and it has been distributed to Galaxy S21, S21+ and S21 Ultra devices.
The changelog is quite lengthy but it focuses on solving a few issues. For example, voice command recognition in the default camera app has been improved, Bixby now works from the lock screen, the phone won’t randomly reboot after changing the system theme, and also fixed Fix broken translation in system menu.
The rollout can be gradual, so you may have to wait a little longer before the update arrives on your device, as long as you’re in the One UI 4 Beta program.
Basically, One UI 4.0 Beta based on Android 12 brings many of the biggest changes ever. The visible changes include a better home screen, new emoji sets and a flexible, customizable interface that can be more personalized and beautiful… In the most recent change. , the new One UI 4.0 also received a new update on the weather application which is quite attractive.
Currently, Samsung has not announced the official OneUI 4.0 launch roadmap for OneUI 4.0, but it is clear that the short-term testing shows that Samsung seems to be releasing it soon.
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