Samsung has started distributing the Android 12-based One UI 4.0 stable update for Galaxy S20, Galaxy Note 20, and Galaxy Z Fold 2 smartphone users.
According to the XDA information, the stable One UI 4.0-based Android 12 update for the Galaxy S20 series is currently available to users in Switzerland on build G98xxXXSCEUL7and the Galaxy Note 20’s update can update on N98xxXXS3EULF.
Samsung’s foldable smartphone the Galaxy Z Fold 2 users receiving the One Ui 4.0 update in South Korea only, the first stable update has gone live in Europe (via SamMobile). The build carries firmware version F916BXXS2FULE with the December 2021 security patch. Also read, Samsung Galaxy A53 5G: 6GB RAM, Android 12, and launching soon next year 2022
One UI 4.0 delivers on that promise, equipping Galaxy smartphone users with the latest customization and privacy features. But we won’t stop there. Soon, other smartphone and tablet users will also be able to benefit from this software update, enabling a more seamless experience across our entire ecosystem.
One UI 4.0 also features improved privacy and security. It shows microphone and camera usage privacy indicators. You can quickly cut off camera and microphone access across the system using new quick setting toggles. It also shows which apps have recently copied data from your clipboard.
If you are a Galaxy Z Fold 2 user in Europe, you can check for the new update manually by navigating to Settings » Software update and tapping on Download and install. You can also shortly find the firmware file in our firmware database if you are interested in flashing it manually.