One UI 4 Beta LIVE STATUS | Samsung Android 12 Beta now available in these countries

Samsung Android 12 and One UI 4.1

On October 04, Google officially released the Android 12 to AOSP, followed by eligible Pixel devices all around the world. Samsung, which is the biggest/traditional smartphone maker on the planet, has also begun its Android 12 adoption process that brings One UI 4 Beta to flagship Galaxy smartphones, check LIVE STATUS below.

Through its official Newsroom post, Samsung confirmed AndroidTrends that the Android 12-based One UI 4 Beta Programme will be available in 7 (seven) countries including the US, South Korea, India, Germany, the UK, Poland and China. Furthermore, the official One UI 4.0 update was landed on Galaxy S21 lineup on November 15.

Starting September 2021, the Korean phone maker started the recruitment process of Android 12 (One UI 4) Beta activity for the Galaxy S21 series flagships in its home ground. Later on, the company has started the same process in the US and Germany, beginning with the Galaxy S21, S21+ and S21 Ultra.

Android 12 Easter Egg


  • Galaxy Z Fold 3 | Galaxy Z Flip 3
  • Galaxy Z Fold 2 | Galaxy Z Flip 5G/LTE
  • Galaxy Note 20 | Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
  • Galaxy S20 | Galaxy S20+ | Galaxy S20 Ultra

Samsung One UI 4 Beta is now available in these countries:

  1. South Korea
  2. The US (United States)
  3. Germany
  4. India
  5. The UK (United Kingdom)
  6. China

Tip: How to join One UI 4 Beta via Samsung Members

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Other than the Galaxy S21 series, Samsung would announce the Android 12-based One UI 4 Beta Programme for older flagship devices as well such as the Galaxy Note 20 series, Galaxy S20 series and Galaxy Z Fold 2. Besides, the latest Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold 3 foldables will soon join the party with One UI 4 Beta update in South Korea.

One UI 4 Beta: Eligible Countries

  1. South Korea
  2. The United States (US)
  3. India
  4. The United Kingdom (UK)
  5. Germany
  6. Poland
  7. China

Updated on November 28, 2021

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