Samsung has already released the One UI 4 based on Android 12 for the Galaxy S21 and also for the foldable Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3. Now the page Sammobile reveals that the Galaxy S20 will soon be entitled to the One UI Beta 4.
Galaxy S20: One UI Beta 4 is almost there for everyone!
This message was revealed by a moderator on the Samsung official forum. So the arrival of the One UI Beta 4 for the Galaxy S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra is undoubtedly good news. However, it was also revealed that the One UI 3.1 with the firmware extension EUI4 will be the last S20 based on Android 11.
A specific date has not yet been announced, but the One UI 4 beta program is known to open before the end of this month. The start is initially in the USA, England, China, Germany, India and South Korea.
New version of One UI doubles the memory
One of the innovations that deserves more attention is the new RAM Plus function.
In practice, it is possible to give the smartphone an additional 4 GB of memory. But how is that possible? In reality, the operating mode is based on an old principle that is widely used in personal computers, namely virtual memory. This converts part of the storage capacity into RAM memory. For example, it takes 4 GB of storage space that the smartphone uses to store photos, music and other content and is used as storage.
This allows us to have more applications running in the background and therefore they open much faster.
While virtual memory helps with many things, it doesn’t completely replace the physical memory of the device. This is because it is slower.
In any case, we’ll see a lot more speed when loading applications, but that’s because they’re always running in the background. At least part of it.
However, this function cannot be used. That means we cannot adjust the storage capacity that we have. In addition, it cannot be turned on or off.