One UI 4 Beta Registration For Galaxy S21 Series
Samsung has drastically improved its One UI. The company isn’t stopping yet as it is working even more to give us the best experience Samsung can provide. They have been continuously revamping the UI and making it better and better. Lot’s of features and customization are added after every update. Coming to the flagship line by Samsung, the Galaxy S21 series and the Galaxy Note 20 series are currently running on One UI 3.1 based on Android 11. However, there is a beta channel of updates running for the Galaxy s21 series as well. Those who have registered for the Beta updates are currently running on One UI 4 beta 2 based on Android 12. One UI 4 beta registration is now open for Samsung Galaxy S21 series. People can register for it and get the One UI 4 update right away.
The security updates are being pushed timely, even to the budget smartphones like the Galaxy M series and the A-series.
What’s there in One UI 4.0
One UI 4.0 brings a lot of new changes to the OS. Everything is revamped. The notification shade is different; the animations are unique, settings are different, and lots of UI elements are added. A full changelog and details are here. Also, if you want to watch a video of everything new on One UI 4, then it’s right below. Users can go through it.
One UI 4 Beta Registration
If you own a Galaxy S21 series smartphone, you can register for One UI beta 4.0. All you have to do is make sure you are on the latest stable version of One UI 3.1. Go to the Samsung members app on your phone. If you haven’t installed it on your phone, you can download it from here. After you have downloaded the Samsung members app, log in with your Samsung account, which you are using on your smartphone.
Right after you log in at the top of the Samsung members app, you must see banners of different highlights. One of the flags should read One UI beta registration. Click on the banner, click on the image inside the page, and then click on the enrol button. That’s it. Wait for a while and then check for a software update. One UI 4 beta update should be waiting for you.