Samsung Galaxy S21 family gets new stable One UI 4 build to fix lag issues

Just yesterday we let you in on that Samsung recognized the lag issues plaguing some Galaxy S21 units, especially in the US, subsequent to being refreshed to the stable cycle of One UI 4 based on Android 12, the rollout of what started last week.

Furthermore, today the organization as of now has the fix out. The issue was that when having selected 120 Hz in Settings, the refresh rate would return to 60 Hz once the user stopped touching the screen – this resulting in a great deal of apparent lag.


Samsung Galaxy S21

The new build is G99xUSQU4BUK9 (where “x” is diverse as indicated by which S21 family part you have), and it’s coming to supplant the previous G99xUSQU4BUK7 on US transporter models. For the present, the new build showed up at Verizon, yet we anticipate that it should arrive at the other carriers’ units very soon.

As the aforementioned refresh rate switching bug seems to mostly influence US units of the Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra, it remains to be seen whether this software fix will be sent out internationally at the appropriate time or not. Individuals who have as of now installed it report a significant improvement in the general responsiveness of the phone, but there’s clearly still some residual scrolling lag in outsider apps.

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