www.makeuseof.com Which Samsung Phones Are Getting the One UI 4 Update?

www.makeuseof.com Which Samsung Phones Are Getting the One UI 4 Update?

Samsung is rolling out its latest Android skin in One UI 4. Here's when your phone will receive the update.

Less than a month after Google rolled out the Android 12 update for compatible Pixel devices, Samsung has started rolling out the One UI 4 update (based on the latest version of Android) to the Galaxy S21 series.

The newest iteration of Samsung's Android skin packs several new features, customization options, and enhanced privacy options.

What Features Does One UI 4 Provide?

Samsung has incorporated almost all the key Android 12 features in One UI 4, including dynamic color theming and redesigned widgets. There are new color palettes to choose from that will change the color accents of all system components, including the home screen, icons, system UI, and menu buttons.

www.makeuseof.com Which Samsung Phones Are Getting the One UI 4 Update?

The stock keyboard has also been improved and now provides access to a range of emojis, GIFs, and stickers. The new privacy features include the option to only share your approximate location with apps, a Privacy dashboard that gives an overview of all the recently accessed permissions, and more.

Related: The Best New Features in Android 12

When Is One UI 4 Available?

Starting November 15, the One UI 4/Android 12 update will be available for the Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra. The firmware should first show up for the unlocked variants in the US and South Korea, with the rest of the world and carrier-branded devices getting the update in the coming weeks.

Additionally, Samsung has confirmed the One UI 4 update will be available for the following devices:


There's no timeline from Samsung on when these devices will get the One UI 4 update. However, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3 should get the update in December, followed by the Galaxy S20 and Note20 series in January 2022, since the One UI 4 beta program is already live for these devices. Other devices in the list should follow that.

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