Not a day ago, we highlighted that Samsung is rolling out the One UI 4.0 beta to the Galaxy S10 in South Korea. Just now, we heard from PhoneArena, the company has started rolling out the beta version of One UI 4 to the Galaxy Note 20 series in the US.
Samsung started rolling out beta versions of One UI 4 several months ago. The few already received this beta version include the Galaxy Z Flip 3, Z Fold 3, Galaxy S21, and more. Check this list for a complete list of Samsung smartphones getting this One UI 4.
The latest version of this UI is actually the fourth one (could be the final one as well) and is rolling out in the US with version ZUL1. It fixes several reported bugs and issues and is improving several performance parts as well.
What this ZUL1 One UI 4 Beta Brings?
According to the changelog, the bugs this version fixes include:
- It fixes fingerprint authentication issue in some apps
- Fixed issues with Quick Panel
- It also fixed a volume monitor issue
- Fixed the dimming issue after rebooting the device
- Fixed an issue relating to resetting the device
- It also fixed an issue with Galaxy Watch 4
- Fixed battery issue
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