Samsung Rolling Out One UI 4 for Galaxy S21 Phones, as well as a New Update for Galaxy Watch

One UI 4 is now available for the Galaxy S21 series of smartphones, which includes the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra, according to Samsung. The update will give users new customization options, privacy features, and an overall “elevated mobile experience,” according to the company. The update is based on Android 12 and will be available in the coming months for other smartphone models. The South Korean company also released a firmware update for the Galaxy Watch smartwatch series.

Samsung One UI 4 availability

According to Samsung, the One UI 4 update is now available for the Galaxy S21 55,800, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra 105,999 smartphones. According to Samsung, it will be available soon on older Galaxy S (Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S10 71,400 series), Galaxy Note (Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 10 series), Tablets in the Galaxy Z, Galaxy A, and Galaxy Tab S7 series. “We are committed to providing the best mobile experiences to everyone as soon as possible,” said Janghyun Yoon, Executive Vice President and Head of Software Platform Team at Samsung Electronics’ Mobile Communications Business.

The update for the Galaxy Watch, Galaxy Watch Active 23,999, Galaxy Watch Active 2, and Galaxy Watch 3 will be available starting today.

Features of Samsung One UI 4

Samsung released a public beta of the One UI 4 update for Android 12 in September, with new themes, colour palettes, and privacy settings included.

Users can now customize the look and feel of the home screen icons, menu, button, and background with a new set of Color Palettes included in the stable update. New widgets, as well as a larger selection of emojis, GIFs, and stickers, have been added to the keyboard. Samsung One UI 4 includes notifications when an app tries to access the camera or microphone, as well as a new privacy dashboard with settings and controls for easy monitoring. Third-party apps and services are now supported in the same way.

Meanwhile, a notice promoting the One UI 4 rollout schedule on Samsung smartphones was allegedly posted and then taken down. Tron (@FrontTron), a tipster, posted an image in Samsung Members that he claims is a translation of the now-deleted official notice. According to the notice, a few phones from the Galaxy Z, Galaxy S20, and Galaxy Note 20 series will receive the update in December. The update is expected to arrive in January for the Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10, and other older foldables, with tablets following in February.

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