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Samsung One UI 4.0 makes Camera UI more simpler, clearer with Android 12

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Samsung has packed various tons of new features in its Android 12 update, with everything from multi-function upgrades to animated emoji on Samsung’s keyboard. Among the numbers of changes, Camera and Gallery UI are visible as they take user experience to the next level.

The essential Camera UI gets a simple, clear design in the Android 12/One UI 4.0 update, with a preview that shows only the information you need. The scene optimizer button will only appear in image mode when there is low light or scanning a document.

Samsung One UI 4.0 Camera UI

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This compares with the One UI 3, where the expansion button appears in all lighting conditions. Portrait and Night mode settings are still accurate, so you can choose the right amount of bokeh or adjust the night lighting easily.

Tapping and holding the shutter button when in default photo mode makes video recording as fast as your default setting, but now you have the power to swipe the key to record video in its place. This can be very helpful if you want to record a video quickly on the level.

Pro Mode

Pro video mode has been used here as well as other short transitions with very clear text. This probably won’t make much difference but you should also be aware that the grid lines also work here by default.

The Pro mode settings have been simplified and rearranged to look clean. When the grid lines are open, horizontal level indicators help you to adjust the shot with the best balance. You can now see the zoom level in the lens icons for easy zoom, or in modes that only support the main lens.

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Video is also being improved, as the recording now starts when you press the record button, instead of releasing it. This is a minor problem, but it is something that has irritated me in previous versions of Samsung’s software.

Single Take

With Single Take, you can now add extra time while recording so you don’t miss important moments. After the recording is complete, the content selection menu has been upgraded to help you easily select the appropriate shots.

One uncommon removal from the Camera settings menu is the automatic use of a wide-angle lens for group selfies. This option is available on my Galaxy Z Fold 3 using One UI 3.1, but not available in One UI 4 Beta. Scanning the QR code is very effective in One UI 4, there are many options available depending on the content of the scanned code.

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Samsung Android 12: Galaxy A72, A52, A42, A32, A22, A12 and A02 One UI 4.0 Update Info

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Google’s Android 12 is now available for select devices, while its official release is scheduled for September this year. At the same time, Samsung is expected to announce the Android 12 Beta for developers in late September, followed by Public Beta this October.

Following its strategy, the Korean tech giant will first run the Android 12-based One UI 4.0 Beta trial for select flagship Galaxy devices, and the stable rollout will begin somewhere in late November or early December this year.

Aside from flagships, Samsung also has a number of mid-range, budget, and entry-level devices that belong to the Galaxy A, Galaxy M, and Galaxy F series. It’s worth mentioning that select premium Galaxy A phones get three Android upgrades just like the flagships, while others get two.

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Starting Galaxy A72 (most premium Galaxy A phone) to the Galaxy A02 (cheapest Galaxy A phone), around a half dozen of Galaxy Ax2 smartphones are eligible for the Android 12-based One UI 4.0 upgrade. You can check their list below.

  • Galaxy A72
  • Galaxy A52
    • Galaxy A52s
  • Galaxy A42
  • Galaxy A32
  • Galaxy A22
    • Galaxy A22s – New
  • Galaxy A12
  • Galaxy A02

Note: Galaxy Ax1 models are also eligible for Android 12 One UI 4.0 update.

Ahead of the major Android switch, all of the above-listed phones will also get the new One UI 3.1.1 update that will also be based on the current Android 11 OS. Instead of the One UI 3.5, the 3.1.1 version of One UI will make its market debut this August.

If you own a Galaxy A series smartphone and interested to get connected with the latest news on Samsung Android 12 and One UI 4.0 development for your device, you should bookmark this article as it will be updated regularly with new and authentic information.

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Galaxy A72 Android 12 One UI 4.0 Update Tracker

November 02, 2021:

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September 09, 2021:

Samsung September 2021 security update releasing for Galaxy A52

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Galaxy A52 Android 12 One UI 4.0 Update Tracker

November 22, 2021:

Samsung started to release the November 2021 security patch update to the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A52s smartphone users in various countries. You can read the full stories here – A52 | A52s

October 21, 2021:

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Samsung Galaxy A52 5G Update: October 2021 security patch releasing

Galaxy A42 Android 12 One UI 4.0 Update Tracker

  • To be added!

Galaxy A32 Android 12 One UI 4.0 Update Tracker

November 02, 2021:

Samsung Galaxy A32 Update: November 2021 security patch released

October 29, 2021:

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Samsung Galaxy A32 Update: November 2021 security patch released

Galaxy A22 Android 12 One UI 4.0 Update Tracker

Galaxy A12 Android 12 One UI 4.0 Update Tracker

Galaxy A02 Android 12 One UI 4.0 Update Tracker

  • To be added!

This article will be updated regularly!

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One UI 4.0 Update Status: Samsung rolling out stable Android 12 to Galaxy devices in these regions

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One UI 4.0

Starting November 15, Samsung began the stable One UI 4.0 update rollout for the Galaxy S21 series devices. At the same time, the company confirmed that the Android 12 update is coming next to more Galaxy flagship devices.

Undoubtedly, the company is rolling out the stable Android 12-based One UI 4.0 update to Galaxy devices in a staged manner, which depends on regions, countries as well as network carriers.

One UI 4 Features:

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  • Samsung’s Android 12 update comes with tons of new features such as a redesigned user interface with revamped icons and Material You theming system.
  • In addition, the One UI 4.0 enhances all of the stock apps, adds more lock screen widgets, quick settings toggles to turn off the camera and mic access and more.

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Below, you can see the country, carrier and state-wise One UI 4.0 update rollout status for various Galaxy devices. We’ll update this article whenever any new Galaxy phone or tablet joins the stable Android 12 camp.

Galaxy S21 Stable One UI 4.0 Live Status

Countries Live Status
US [Unlocked] Rolling out
US [Verizon] Rolling out
US [T-Mobile] Testing
India Rolling out
Germany Rolling out
France Rolling out
United Kingdom Rolling out
South Korea Rolling out
Algeria
Argentina
Australia
Austria Rolling out
Baltic Rolling out
Bangladesh
Belgium
Bosnia
Bulgaria Rolling out
Canada December 5
Colombia Rolling out
Chile Rolling out
China
Croatia Rolling out
Cyprus
Czech Republic Rolling out
Denmark
Egypt Rolling out
Ghana
Greece Rolling out
Hong Kong
Hungary Rolling out
Iraq Rolling out
Ireland Rolling out
Italy Rolling out
Kazakhstan Rolling out
Kenya Rolling out
Libya
Macedonia Rolling out
Malaysia Rolling out
Montenegro
Morocco Rolling out
Nepal Rolling out
Netherlands Rolling out
Nigeria Rolling out
Norway
Pakistan Rolling out
Philippines Rolling out
Poland Rolling out
Portugal Rolling out
Romania Rolling out
Russia Rolling out
Sweden/Denmark Rolling out
Saudi Arabia Rolling out
Serbia Rolling out
Singapore Rolling out
Slovakia Rolling out
Slovenia Rolling out
South Africa Rolling out
Spain Rolling out
Sri Lanka Rolling out
Sweden Rolling out
Switzerland Rolling out
Taiwan
Thailand Rolling out
Tunisia Rolling out
Turkey Rolling out
Ukraine Rolling out
UAE Rolling out
Vietnam Rolling out

Updated on: November 27, 2021

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How to leave/quit Samsung One UI 4 Beta program (Android 12)

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Leave One UI 4 Beta

Almost all of the Galaxy consumers are now well aware of the process of joining the Samsung One UI 4 Beta program based on Android 12. If you don’t know, then head to our dedicated stories — Join One UI 4 Beta ahead of Android 12 stable release and “How to download and install One UI 4 Beta on Galaxy phones?

Currently, the Korean tech giant is conducting the One UI 4 Beta program for several flagship Galaxy devices in seven countries. As it’s an early build and has some bugs and performance-related issues, consumers want to roll back to the stable Android 11-based One UI 3.1 and wait for stable Android 12-based One UI 4.0.

Leave One UI 4 Beta

If you’ve also participated under Samsung’s One UI 4 Beta program and want to leave it, this guide will help you to do so. In order to quit the One UI 4 Beta and roll back to Android 11, you just need to follow some simple steps that are mentioned below.

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How to leave One UI 4 Beta program?

Firstly, head to the Samsung Members app and hit the Settings icon, which is located at the top right corner of the screen.

Samsung Members Homepage

Under the Settings section, you can see a submenu entitled One UI Beta Program status, tap on it.

One UI 4 Beta Program Status

As you have already participated in the Samsung Android 12 One UI 4 Beta Program and running the Beta build on your smartphone, the status will be shown Active.

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Now, you have to read all the terms and conditions (FAQs as well), and if you agree with them all, then tap on Withdraw button.

Leave One UI 4 Beta

Following the Withdrawal process, the Samsung Members app will show you the things to keep in mind before leaving the One UI 4 Beta program. You can read about it in the screenshot below, and also on your phone while doing it yourself.

Withdraw One UI 4 Beta

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  • You can re-install software by using the PC version of Smart Switch. Once the software is re-installed, the device will be reset and all data that was generated during the Beta Program will be erased.
  • All data which had been backed up before installing the beta software can be recovered, but there may be limitations in recovering data that was created after installing the beta software.

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