Yesterday, Samsung released a new Android 12-based One UI 4.0 beta update for its Galaxy S21 series. This is the fourth One UI 4.0 beta firmware update (version ZUK1), and it brings a whole host of bug fixes and improvements. The South Korea-based phone maker is preparing to release One UI 4.0 for the public before the end of 2021.
Samsung rolled out the latest One UI 4.0 beta firmware based on Android 12 for the Galaxy S21 series yesterday. The new beta build is now available in all countries that participate in Samsung’s beta program. Here’s what the latest One UI 4.0 beta update offers as we have hands-on with the new beta build.
One UI 4.0 Beta 4 Removes Stretch Effect on Overscrolling
The fourth One UI 4.0 beta, version ZUK1, does not bring any visible additions over the previous build. However, one most noticeable change that we see is that Samsung has removed the stretch effect when over scrolling menus. This was quite a cool effect that many people liked while over scrolling menus. But for some reason, the South Korean giant has removed it, and so far, it hasn’t put any other effects in its place.
Apart from visual changes, the fourth One UI 4.0 beta brings many bug fixes and stability improvements. According to SamMobile, the latest beta is solid in terms of stability and bug fixes. The update fixes various issues like random crashes of the UI and some system apps misbehaving in certain scenarios.
As said before, the new One UI 4.0 beta build is available for all testers worldwide. If you already are a beta tester, you can download it via the Software update menu inside your phone’s Settings app. If you’re interested, you can check out the hands-on video by SamMobile on YouTube.