Samsung Electronics has introduced its updated Remote Test Lab (RTL) program which enables developers to test their applications remotely and virtually on Samsung Galaxy devices such as Z Flip3 5G, Galaxy Z Fold3 5G, and Galaxy S21 series with One UI 4 beta. With this program, developers can test their latest applications without having to cover any hardware costs.
Samsung has provided global access to the program which means developers across the globe can test their applications remotely, irrespective of the country they are the residents of. The tech giant has established Remote Test Labs worldwide in the past decade, including in the United States, South Korea, Poland, and India. The company has now ramped up the program to incorporate labs in Vietnam, the United Kingdom, Russia, and Brazil so that latency can be reduced further.
Samsung's President and Head of Mobile Communications Business, TM Roh stated:
We wouldn’t have been able to offer such innovative mobile experiences to our users without our incredible developer community. That’s why we are investing our expertise and innovative technology to support developers – they are crucial partners as we continue to expand our open Galaxy ecosystem.
With the latest version of the program, developers will be able to access an automated testing tool that will enable them to keep track of memory consumption and CPU usage when testing their applications. The automated testing tool will also allow them to examine if an application has any effect on other system resources. It also comes with improved graphics and an enhanced user interface.
For more information on the Samsung Remote Test Lab, head over to the dedicated webpage here.