Samsung will release the first OneUI 4.0 beta update for Galaxy S21 series smartphones, according to a rumour published a couple of days ago by Android Authority. Even though the assurance came straight from the source, it appears that the company has had a change of heart. According to tipper FrontTron, the OneUI 4.0 beta release for the Galaxy S21 series has been postponed till further notice.
Originally scheduled to be released yesterday, September 9, the corporation has opted to delay the release to a later date for reasons that we do not understand. Despite this, the anonymous source has not provided any information on when Samsung would make the update accessible to Galaxy S21 customers.
However, while the exact cause for the delay is currently unknown, there is a fair likelihood that Samsung faced some major challenges while testing the OneUI 4.0 beta upgrade on the Galaxy S21 smartphone. And, if such is the case, delaying the implementation is the best course of action. Unfortunately, we have not yet received any official word from the authorities.
We don’t have any specific information on the new features that will be included in the next OneUI upgrade at this time, but rumours suggest that the new update will bring exciting new features, quicker performance, feature-rich stock apps, and enhanced power efficiency. In addition, rumours say that the OneUI 4.0 design would be quite similar to the Material You design that was introduced in Android 12.
In order to participate in the OneUI 4.0 beta programme, Galaxy S21 owners will first need to download the Samsung Members app on their smartphones, after which they will need to complete a brief registration process in order to become a member. Finally, you must click on the banner that says “Registration for One UI Beta Program” that displays on the app’s main page in order to complete the registration process.