Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra face down on desk

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Samsung has announced its latest One UI 4 beta program. The new software is based on Android 12 and brings a host of new features to the table, including some design upgrades.

The One UI beta program is owned, managed, and operated by Samsung to get user feedback before it releases the final version of the software. If you take part in the latest One UI 4 beta program, you will be able to experience all the new features that Samsung plans to offer in its stable version. Signing up for any One UI beta program is extremely easy.

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To experience the latest One UI 4 beta, you must first download the Samsung Members app. You can then follow the steps listed below to join the beta program.

How to join Samsung’s latest One UI beta program

  • Log in to the application with your Samsung Account
  • If you don’t have a Samsung account, you can create one here
  • Select the “Registration for One UI Beta Program” option from the home banner or notices page
  • On your device, select Settings > Software update > Download and install

From there, just sit back and wait until the One UI 4 beta version to install on your device.

The One UI 4 beta is currently available for the Samsung Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra. It should also release for other Galaxy flagships in the future, but there’s no word on when that will happen. To start with, the One UI 4 beta program will be available in just seven countries, including China, UK, US, India, Germany, Poland, and South Korea. If you are in one of these locations and have a Galaxy S21 phone, you can check if sign-ups for One UI 4 beta have opened up for you by heading to the Samsung Members app.

You can download the Samsung Members app at the link below to apply for the One UI beta program.