The One UI 4 is coming to many Samsung Galaxy smartphones, and this time we are talking about stable version . It was already clear that this was a short timeframe, especially for the top of the Galaxy S range 21 and related Plus and Ultra variants whose beta program has come to an end. Beta 4 was released in early November, and was the last: no Beta 5, then.
And just from Galaxy S 21 starts the rollout of the new version of the proprietary interface , which obviously also brings with it Android 12. The release started today on a global scale , and will proceed gradually over the next few days. If you have not yet received the notification, therefore, do not despair: first take a look at the menu Settings to manually check for its presence. If nothing is available yet, we will have to wait a little longer.
Samsung has published – and then removed – what appears to be the definitive roadmap for all newer smartphones, no longer online but captured by the leaker FrontTron. Before seeing it, a couple of clarifications: first of all there is still no official status, it is therefore good to wait for the Korean company to express itself definitively about it. And then we must always remember that the timing varies from country to country , and a release in November (for example) could correspond to a delayed availability in Italy of several weeks. The roadmap was published by Samsung Members in South Korea.
With the start of the Android release 12 with One Ui 4 for Galaxy S 21, S 21 Plus and S 21 Ultra, focus now on all other models. The program is currently active for Galaxy Notes 20, as well as for the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3 foldables and will be available very soon on the Galaxy S as well 20.
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THE (PROBABLE) ROADMAP
- November 2021: Galaxy S 21, S 21 Plus, S 21 Ultra – IN RELEASE
- December 2021: Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3, Galaxy S 20, S 20 Plus, S 20 Ultra, Galaxy Note 20, Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Z Flip 5G
- January 2022: Galaxy Fold 5G, Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy Note 10, Note 10 Plus, Galaxy S 20 FE, Galaxy S 5G , S 10, S 10 Plus, S 10 and, Galaxy A 52 s 5G, Galaxy A 42 5G, Quantum2
- February 2022: Galaxy Tab S7, S7 Plus
- April 2022: Galaxy A 51 5G, Galaxy Tab S7 FE, S7 FE 5G, Galaxy A 90 5G, Galaxy Tab S6, S6 5G, Jump, A Quantum
- May 2022: Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, Galaxy Tab Active 3, Galaxy A 32, Galaxy A 31, Galaxy A 12, Buddy, Wide 5, Galaxy Tab A7 646
- June 2022: Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
- July 2022: Galaxy A 21 s, Galaxy Xcover 5, Galaxy M 12