Samsung has started the beta for the Galaxy M31 and M32 only one day after seeding the new One UI 4.1 update for the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Z Flip3. To participate in the beta, users must first sign up for an account on the Samsung Members app. We’ve heard that the beta is now only accessible to people in India, but we’re expecting it to expand to more locations in the coming days.
Enrollment shouldn’t take long, but there are a limited number of spaces available. The March 1 security patch is included in the upgrade, which should take up around 2.1GB of storage on both phones. The Galaxy M31 update contains the M315FDDU2ZVB8 build number whereas the M32 is likely to have the M325FDDU2ZVB4 identity.
More precisely, the beta programme seems to have been available momentarily for Galaxy M31 and Galaxy M32 users in India before Samsung closed the sign-up page, presumably owing to excessive demand. The beta update for the Galaxy M31/M32 includes firmware version M315FDDU2ZVB8/M325FDDU2ZVB4.
The invites were delivered through the Members app, and Samsung may potentially open another sign-up opportunity. The business might potentially make the Android 12 beta programme accessible in additional territories where the Galaxy M31 and M32 were introduced, so keep a careful check on the Members app and our news feed.
The Galaxy M31 will no longer get significant Android OS updates after this release, although the Galaxy M32 is expected to get Android 13 at some point. For now, here’s hope that the Android 12 beta programme will go live in additional locations shortly and that Samsung will have a public version ready for distribution within the next few weeks.
Android 12 and One UI 4 increase the user experience with additional customization possibilities via “Material You,” rethink the home screen widget layout for the first time in many years, and more.