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Galaxy Note 10 series starting to receive One UI 4 beta
- The One UI 4 beta program is happening now for the Galaxy Note 10 series
- So far, it has rolled out in Samsung’s native Korea. It should come to other countries soon.
- The Galaxy Note 10 series should see stable Android 12 sometime in January 2022.
Samsung has already rolled out Android 12 to its latest flagship series, the Samsung Galaxy S21 family. Beta programs are still in effect for other Samsung flagships, such as the Galaxy Note 20 line and Galaxy Z Fold 3.
Now, it appears it’s the Galaxy Note 10 line’s time to shine. According to FrontTron on Twitter, Samsung is starting the One UI 4 beta program for the Galaxy Note 10 family.
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So far, the program is active in South Korea, Samsung’s home turf. If things go as usual, it should start up in other countries over the next few weeks or even the next few days, if we’re lucky.
To sign up for the One UI 4 beta on your Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy Note 10 Plus, you’ll need to download the Samsung Members app on your phone. Check that app daily and look for a banner ad that offers access to the beta program. This is the only way to sign up and it’s a first-come-first-serve situation, so you gotta be ready!
If you don’t want to be involved in the beta program, you don’t have long to wait for the stable launch. According to Samsung’s schedule, the Galaxy Note 10 series should start seeing One UI 4 proper in January 2022.
For more info on One UI 4, check out our hands-on here.