Is a stable release imminent?
If you are one of the millions of Samsung Galaxy Note20 users, you have had access to the beta version of One UI 4 for a few weeks now. As with any prototype software, the new Android 12-based software has faced its fair share of bugs. As we get closer to the next stable release in January, we’re starting to see a lot of these issues fixed.
The latest Note20 beta update (version ZUL1) is available for all adventurous owners who want to get started a little earlier in One UI 4. This patch fixes a few annoying bugs, including battery drain much faster than normal. habit and the fingerprint sensor not authenticating properly. The update also mentions fixes for screen brightness issues, spontaneous resets, and Galaxy Watch crashes (via SamMobile). You can check out the full list of changes below.
If you haven’t yet participated in the beta program, you may be running out of time. Recruitment for the beta of One UI 4 on the Note20 has been closed in South Korea, and the United States may soon follow. On the bright side, this also means that the stable release could be imminent, given that it was pushed to S21 just a month after its last beta update.
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