With the UI 4.0 update for Galaxy phones approaching, Samsung laid the groundwork.

Samsung has officially announced the launch of the One UI 4.0 beta test in late July. The new version is built on top of Android 12 and the company was hiring volunteers to test it.

Looks like they’re already doing the same thing as a few days ago when a Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G ran a jack bench with Android 12. Started first, of course).

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G is running Android 12 for this Geck Bench test.

And there’s more – One Hand Operation + app updated with Android 12 support (updated version 4.7.31). This is a Samsung-developed app that enables gestures and a small interface that you can control with just your thumb.

The update is not very interesting (mostly bug fixes and tweaks), but it shows that Samsung is laying the groundwork for the transition to Android 12. There is no official timeline for when it will start.

With the UI 4.0 update for Galaxy phones approaching, Samsung laid the groundwork.

Keep in mind that Google plans to release the latest version of Android 12 sometime after August, so we need some more patience.

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