Google recently released the stable Android 12 version. Smartphone makers will soon be rolling out the latest OS to several eligible Android devices. But Samsung is still rolling out the beta version to the Galaxy S21 series.
There is nothing to get upset about. Even Google is not rolling out the Android 12 update to its Pixel devices. There’s a time for Android devices to get this latest OS.
Currently, Samsung is rolling out the second Android 12-based One UI 4.0 beta build for the Galaxy S21 series. This beta version brings a number of fixes and improvements, besides the new virtual RAM feature.
According to our source, this update will:
- Improve the input accuracy for Samsung Keyboard
- Add a microphone mode in video calls to let you select what kind of sounds are emphasized
- Fix a problem with closing when running Secure Folder
- Improve performance.
As of now, this second Android 12-based One UI 4.0 beta build for the Galaxy S21 series is available in Korea and Germany and comes with build number ZUJ1.
To update your Galaxy device from the S21 series, go to:
Settings » Software update » Download and install
The Galaxy S21 devices and other Android devices will receive the Android 12 update from the stable version. The date for that is yet to be disclosed.
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