The day that many Samsung fans had been waiting for is finally here. the company has opened up the One UI 4.0 Android 12 update beta today. Users in select markets can now sign up to test the next major firmware version for Samsung devices.
The full One UI 4.0 Android 12 changelog is now available. It lists in great detail all of the changes and improvements Samsung has made to the software. If anything, it's only going to make the wait for its public release more difficult!
Check out the full One UI 4.0 Android 12 update changelog
We've already put the spotlight on the 18 main changes in One UI 4.0 vs One UI 3.1. There's a lot of focus on improving privacy with the ability to view permission usage history being of particular importance.
The new Labs section that Samsung has introduced in the Advanced features section of the Settings menu enables users to force split screen and pop-up view for all apps. The full One UI 4.0 Android 12 update changelog goes into incredible detail about all of the improvements that this new firmware update brings.
For example, it brings the ability to change the audio output to a different device such as headphones or a speaker from the lock screen itself. The Always On Display can be set to turn on whenever a notification is received. A single button on the keyboard now provides access to all emojis, GIFs and stickers.
There's a simpler and cleaner layout in the Camera app now. It's possible to edit the date, time and location that pictures and videos were taken in through the Gallery app. All this is in addition to new multi-tasking and Digital Wellbeing features that further enhance the user experience.
Check out the full One UI 4.0 Android 12 changelog below to get a sense of everything this new Samsung firmware update has to offer. The company has confirmed that it will release One UI 4.0 for the Galaxy S21 series before the end of this year.
Want to join the One UI 4.0 Android 12 beta program? Here's how you can do that.
Here is the full S21 Series One UI 4 Beta update changelog in English pic.twitter.com/lbE95qGYHU
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