Finally, after a long wait, Samsung has started the release process of the beta version of One UI 4.0. Users of the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra in some countries can sign up for this beta via the Samsung Members app.
One UI 4.0 is based on Android 12, according to Samsung A number of personalization and privacy enhancements have been added. Users in China, India, Germany, Poland, South Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States can now register to use this version.
Although the release date of One UI 4.0 varies from country to country, In these countries, registration is possible to use this version. Of course, from today, American users with Galaxy S21 series phones can download and install this version.
In this version, users have more access to customize the user interface. And they will have a better experience to change sections like home screen, icons, notifications, background images and so on. Samsung has also greatly improved widget customization features.
In addition, we should mention the increased privacy features. For example, if an app is using a camera or microphone, the user will be notified. Samsung has also designed a new dashboard that displays the access history of various applications in great detail, making it easier to manage these accesses. Although this feature is available in Android 12, Samsung says that instead of showing the license history for the last 24 hours, it has increased this time limit to the last 7 days.
In addition to the above, there are several new features that we will be aware of with the release of more reports and reviews.
- One UI; Everything you need to know about Samsung's Android UI