One UI 4.0 Release Date, Eligible Devices, Expected Features, and More

One UI 4.0 is going to be the big update for Samsung Galaxy phones. Yes, Samsung’s upcoming custom skin – One UI 4.0 will be based on Android 12. Samsung is yet to unveil the One UI 4.0 skin, but we can expect the Galaxy phones will get a bunch of new UI changes, including the new widgets, custom color palates, and more.

Here you can check all details of the One UI 4.0 including release date, expected features, and list of eligible devices or supported devices.

Samsung has been working diligently to release new updates to the Galaxy phones. Speaking of the Android 11 updates, then Samsung is one of the select OEM’s which fulfil its promise of rolling out timely stable updates to their smartphones. And we can expect that the company can do same thing with the upcoming One UI 4.0 based Android 12 update.

But before moving to the One UI 4.0, there are some strong chances that, Samsung will also push One UI 3.5 as an intermediate update to the Galaxy phones. It is expected to be released in Q2 of 2021, will be available for many Galaxy phones.

If you’re using a Samsung Galaxy smartphone and want to know whether your smartphone will get One UI 4.0 update or not, then you’re at the right place. In this article, we will tell you about One UI 4.0 eligible devices, expected features, release date, and more. So, let’s dive right into the details.

One UI 4.0 Release Date

Samsung is going to unveiled its third-generation of foldables – the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 in the month of August. Both phones are set to come with One UI 3.1.1 skin.

Now the news comes out that, the company is going to start One UI 4.0 based Android 12 testing very soon on the Galaxy S21 lineup. Yes, the company shared information about the beta testing program in its recent forum post. However, the poster doesn’t mention any date for beta rollout, but it is going to be based on Android 12 OS.

Today, Samsung confirmed that One UI 4.0 based Android 12 will be available in September for the Galaxy S21 series. While sharing the information on its community forum, the company has confirmed that the beta testing program is going to begin starting next month. Although, there’s no exact date mentioned in the forum post.

galaxy s21 one ui 4.0 beta
IMG: Samsung Community Forum

If you want to check the complete list of eligible aka supported devices, then you can check it in the next section.

One UI 4.0 Eligible Devices (Supported Phones)

Back in 2020, Samsung promised to push three-years of OS updates to select Galaxy smartphones and tablets. The Galaxy phones released with Android Pie 9.0 or newer in 2019, comes under Samsung’s three-years of OS updates policy. And as per the new policy, we created the list of eligible devices.

Here’s the list of Samsung Galaxy phones which will get One UI 4.0 update.

Note: This is not the official list shared by the Samsung. We’ll keep updating the list and update this article once we found more info about the One UI 4.0 update.

Samsung Galaxy S series

  • Galaxy S10 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy S10e (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy S10+ (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy S10 5G (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy S10 Lite
  • Galaxy S20 (4G / 5G)
  • Galaxy S20+ (4G / 5G)
  • Galaxy S20 FE (4G / 5G)
  • Galaxy S20 Ultra (4G / 5G)
  • Galaxy S21 (4G / 5G)
  • Galaxy S21+ (4G / 5G)
  • Galaxy S21 Ultra (4G / 5G)

Samsung Galaxy Note Series

  • Galaxy Note 10 (4G / 5G – Last OS update)
  • Galaxy Note 10+ (4G / 5G – Last OS update)
  • Galaxy Note 10 Lite
  • Galaxy Note 20 (4G / 5G)
  • Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (4G / 5G)

Samsung Galaxy Z Series

  • Galaxy Fold (4G / 5G – Last OS Update)
  • Galaxy Z Fold2 5G
  • Galaxy Z Flip (4G / 5G)
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3
  • Galaxy Z Fold 3

Samsung Galaxy A series

  • Galaxy A01 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy A02 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy A02s (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy A11 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy A12 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy A21 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy A21s (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy A31 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy A41 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy A51
  • Galaxy A51 5G
  • Galaxy A71
  • Galaxy A71 5G
  • Galaxy A90 5G (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy A22
  • Galaxy A22 5G
  • Galaxy A32
  • Galaxy A32 5G
  • Galaxy A42 5G
  • Galaxy A52
  • Galaxy A52 5G
  • Galaxy A72
  • Galaxy A Quantum
  • Galaxy Quantum 2

Samsung Galaxy M series

  • Galaxy M02 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy M02s (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy M12
  • Galaxy M21 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy M21s (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy M31 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy M31s (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy M31 Prime Edition (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy M32
  • Galaxy M42 5G
  • Galaxy M51 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy M62

Samsung Galaxy F series

  • Galaxy F02s (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy F12
  • Galaxy F22
  • Galaxy F41 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy F52 5G
  • Galaxy F62

Samsung Galaxy Xcover series

  • Galaxy Xcover 5
  • Galaxy Xcover Pro (Last OS update)

Samsung Galaxy Tab series

  • Galaxy Tab A7 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
  • Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy Tab Active 3 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy Tab S6 (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy Tab S6 5G
  • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
  • Galaxy Tab S7
  • Galaxy Tab S7+
  • Galaxy Tab S7 FE

Last updated on 28th July 2021, we’ll be keep updating the list, so stay connected with us. So, this is the list of Samsung Galaxy devices which will get the One UI 4.0 based Android 12 update. Now let’s take a look at the One UI 4.0 features.

One UI 4.0 Expected Features

Thanks to the Android 12’s new layout, we can expect that the One UI 4.0 will bag some big changes for the Galaxy phones and tablets. Yes, I am talking about the visual changes. Although, it’s too early to speculate about the visual changes as there’s no official information available about the upcoming One UI 4.0 custom, but we can expect Samsung will add the Android 12 functionalities to its upcoming skin.

As per the speculations, the One UI 4.0 based Android 12 update will come some new cool animations (inspired from Android 12), new widgets, theming system, improved privacy with the new Privacy Dashboard, optimizations to the system, along with some other big changes.

As I said earlier, it’s too early to speculate about the visual changes. We’ll add more details about the features in the future.

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