Samsung has revealed the schedule for the stable release of One UI 4 in South Korea.

 Over the last few weeks, Android OEMs have been testing the beta of Android 12 on eligible devices. Samsung is another one of those companies, and their version of Android is designated as One UI 4. The stable version of the Android 12 deployment plan for its home nation was released today by the South Korean tech giant. Samsung revealed the history of One UI 4 stable update for Samsung members in South Korea, according to @FrontTron

samsung oneUI 4.0

The company, though, cancelled the advertisement for unclear reasons. However, they feel that this software is nearly complete. Interestingly, at least for the Galaxy S21 series, a Canadian operator says the same. Again for unfamiliar, Samsung is famous for releasing upgrades in all markets at around the same time. Then there’s the One UI 4 stable upgrade, which is based on Android 12. South Korea’s approach is believed to have some applicability in other locations.

Stable Release Schedule for Samsung Android 12 One UI 4 South Korea 

⛊2021 November

✨Galaxy S21 Ultra

Galaxy S21+

Galaxy S21

⛊2021 December

Galaxy Z Fold3

Galaxy Z Flip3

Galaxy S20 Ultra

Galaxy S20+

Galaxy S20

Galaxy Note20 Ultra

Galaxy Note20

Galaxy Z Fold2

Galaxy Z Flip 5G

⛊2022 January

Galaxy Fold 5G

Galaxy Z Flip

Galaxy Note 10+

Galaxy Note 10

Galaxy S20 FE

Galaxy S10 5G

Galaxy S10+

Galaxy S10

Galaxy S10e

Galaxy A52s 5G

Galaxy A42 5G

Galaxy Quantum2

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2022 February

Galaxy Tab S7+

Galaxy Tab S7

2022 April 

Galaxy A51 5G

Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G

Galaxy Tab S7 FE

Galaxy A90 5G

Galaxy Tab S6 5G

Galaxy Tab S6

Galaxy Jump

Galaxy A Quantum

2022 May 
Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
Galaxy Tab Active3
Galaxy A32
Galaxy A31
Galaxy A12
Galaxy Buddy
Galaxy Wide5
Galaxy Tab A7 (2020)

2022 June 
Galaxy Tab A7 Lite

2022 July 
Galaxy A21s
Galaxy XCover5
Galaxy M12

The note from the Samsung member describing the upgrade timeline has been removed, as previously stated. As a result, modifications may happen, though they should not be significant. After that, what are your thoughts on Samsung’s Android 12 updater? Please share your thoughts in the space below.
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