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Galaxy Note 20 Ultra gets 120Hz screen correction, S20 gets One UI 4 beta

Galaxy Note 20 Ultra gets 120Hz screen correction, S20 gets One UI 4 beta

Update (11/23/2021) – By MR

Series Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has received a new beta update for One UI 4.0 in the UK. One UI 4.0 beta version, based on Android 12, is starting to appear Also released for S20 line devices Less than a week ago. This new update fixes a number of issues, including a bug related to the screen refresh rate.

The changelog for the latest Galaxy Note 20 Ultra One UI 4.0 beta shows improvements regarding Quick Share icons on the Clear View cover screen and a 120Hz drop issue.

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NS Galaxy S21 also has issues Fees related to the One UI 4.0 beta update. It is not clear if these issues are related, but Samsung has already promised an update to solve the problem on S21 mobiles.

In addition to these improvements, users will also notice faster searching in messaging apps and an improved overall device performance. In the UK, the latest One UI 4.0 beta update for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra contains a firmware version called “Zuka”.

Original text (08/11/2021)

Update (11/18/2021) – By DT

South Korean manufacturer Samsung The release of the first beta version of . has begun Single UI 4.0 interface with Android 12 for models Galaxy S20And S20 PlusAnd S20 Ultra NS Galaxy Note 20 NS Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

According to the information from the SamMobile website, The first beta update for One UI 4.0 for the respective devices bears the name “ZUK7”. To be able to download, the user needs to register in the software provided by the brand.

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It is noteworthy that this build for Google’s operating system It may contain bugs or errors because this is a trial version of the software.. It is recommended to back up the existing files and leave free space on the device.

Once registered in the Samsung beta program, the user can download the update from the “Settings” menu and from the “Software update” tab. Soon, all markets where mobile phones are sold should receive the update.

Samsung plans The release of a stable version of One UI 4.0 with Android 12 officially in January Next year in most markets, including Brazil.

stay tuned TudoCelular.com For more information about the S20 and Note 20 line.

Original text (08/11/2021)

Samsung Galaxy S20 will soon receive One UI 4 beta based on Android 12

After the release of the beta version of One UI 4.0 for the series Galaxy S21 A few weeks ago, Samsung completed the beta program and is about to launch the stable version. Now, it looks like a new beta is coming soon in the series. Galaxy S20 Moreover.

According to the manager of Samsung’s official member forum, the company is preparing to unlock the Android 12-based One UI 4.0 beta program for the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus NS Galaxy S20 Ultra. It was announced that One UI 3.1 with final firmware version EUI4 will be the latest software update based on Android 11 OS.

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Wait, I know Samsung Start recruiting users for beta testing and launch the program before the end of this month. The program is expected to initially reach select markets, including China, Germany, India, South Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States.

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NS One UI 4.0 It brings many new features, including a revamped interface with updated icons and color themes based on Material You. It also features improved apps, more lock screen widgets with new designs, an updated selection menu for widgets, dedicated quick setting buttons to turn off camera and microphone access, and improved security and privacy.

(Updated Nov 24, 2021 at 01:38)