Samsung kicks-off One UI 4.0 Beta Program for Galaxy Note 20 & 20 Ultra

Samsung is all set to push its newest Android 12-based One UI 4.0 skin to the Galaxy phones. The testing is already going for the Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy Z Fold 3, and Galaxy Z Flip 3. And in the recent times, the company had released the One UI 4 beta program for the last year’s S-series phones – the Galaxy S20 lineup. Now there’s a news that, the Korean tech-giant starts recruiting Galaxy Note 20 users for One UI 4.0 beta testing. Read along to know more about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 One UI 4.0 (Android 12) beta program.

There are a number of Galaxy Note 20 series users reported about the One UI 4 beta program banner listing on the Samsung Members app. A few of them were even able to upgrade their phones and as per the information the Android 12-based One UI 4.0 beta is seeding with N986BXXU3ZUK1 build number.

As per the information, the beta program is live in the UK for unlocked variants, it could soon be available in other countries as well. The countries list includes, US, India, China, Germany, and South Korea. Usually, the beta programs are available first in the Samsung’s mainland Korea, but for some reason, this time, the company has started testing from the UK.

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Talking about the features, then the One UI 4 comes with a slew of useful features such as the new widgets, very smooth animations while opening and closing of apps, overhauled quick panel, automatic dark mode for wallpapers, icons, and illustrations, new charging animation, and much more. The third beta build knocked up the Galaxy S21 with a new weather app, removed ads from all apps including stock apps, and a few other changes. Now let’s take a look at how to get One UI 4 beta on Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra.


Update 1: Samsung has expanded the One UI 4.0 beta program to the USA. So, if you own the Unlocked Note 20 series phone, then you can opt the beta program and taste the new features based on Android 12. Samsung kicked-off the beta with ZUK7 build number on the Note 20.


How to update Galaxy Note 20 to One UI 4 Beta

If you own a Galaxy Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra in the UK, then you can download the Samsung Members app and apply for the One UI 4 beta update. After opening the Samsung Members app, tap on One UI beta program banner in the upper section of the app or in Notices section. Simply, tap on the banner and then hit the enroll button.

All done? Now your Galaxy Note 20 will receive the One UI 4.0 (Android 12) beta update via special OTA within a few minutes. In case you’ll not get the update notification, simply head over to the Settings app, navigate to Software updates and then download the newest software aka Android 12 beta.

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