Are you curious to see what Samsung’s next operating system for smartphones will look like? Then you can now register for the One UI 4 beta program. Then you not only try out Samsung’s update for your own Android interface, but also the new Android 12. TechMarkup tells you which devices this works with and gives you a look at the new OS even without a Samsung mobile phone.
- The beta program for the One UI 4 update officially starts in Europe
- Access works via the “Samsung Members” app
- Only available on Galaxy S21, S21 +, and S21 Ultra
Samsung has announced the start of the open beta phase for One UI 4 in Germany on its own news blog. The next major update for the company’s own Android interface, One UI 4, is now available in the “Samsung Members” app. Unfortunately, Samsung restricts access very much: One UI 4 and thus Android 12 is currently only available for the S21 lineup.
So with the devices Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 +, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. If you use one of the devices, you can start. Remember to make a backup of your data before updating to the open beta. Then you control the app “Samsung Members”, in which you have to log in with your Samsung account. You can then register for the beta program.
One UI 4 update with Android 12: This is what the new operating system looks like
You don’t have a current Samsung cell phone and are still interested in the look of the new operating system? Then you will find an article on TechMarkup with the three best innovations in One UI 4 update. In addition, you can already get the look of Android 12 on your mobile phone with adjustments.
If you’d rather wait, that’s fine too. After all, Android 12 should be launched for some smartphones this month. Most likely, Google will start the rollout together with the new Pixel 6 devices. You can find out which devices get the update to Android 12 in the linked article.