Samsung is currently testing Android 12 and looking for any bugs or errors to release the update to their smartphones without issue, and the company has now released another beta version of One UI 4.0. This new feature includes several stability enhancements as well as some new features, such as a new operating system colour interface and the ability to virtually increase RAM.
This version of the One UI will be available to testers in China, Germany, India, Poland, South Korea, the United States, and the United Kingdom who own Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, or S21 Ultra devices and are enrolled in the company’s beta program. The new update is available for these users to download starting today with a’ZUJ1’build version.
The addition of the ‘RAM Plus’ feature, which converts your smartphone’s storage space into more RAM, is what stands out in this One UI 4.0 update. This option, according to the GSMArena portal, will allow Galaxy S21 smartphones to increase their RAM by up to 4GB, improving performance.
This feature will be more useful for other Galaxy models, particularly the more entry-level models, which will benefit greatly from the extra RAM. However, Samsung has yet to confirm whether or not this new feature will be available for these devices.
One new feature in the new One UI 4.0 is that it appears to benefit from Android 12’s new colour features, primarily to change the system’s colour palette. It can change the colour palette based on the device’s wallpaper, which changes the colour of the app and system icons based on the predominant colour in the wallpaper, according to those testing the UI.
Another new feature is new microphone modes for users to choose from during video calls, including one that helps to enhance the speaker’s voice while lowering ambient sound volume. In addition, the company is working to improve the accuracy of the system’s keyboard as well as other aspects of the operating system.
Samsung is still testing all possible new features with Android 12 through beta One UI 4.0, and the final version of the user interface should be available to everyone in a few months. There’s also no way of knowing if this information will reach Brazilian testers.