Ever since Google announced the latest Android 11, Samsung has been in the headlines for its work related to Android 11. Just yesterday we informed you that, Samsung has started rolling out the Android 11 beta update for the Galaxy S20 series. And now, a new report related to Android 11 is coming.
Samsung Note 20 users can now register for Android 11 open beta. This open beta is available for T-Mobile, Sprint, and unlocked Galaxy Note 20 devices. This information came to light when a Twitter user Matt posted a tweet on his account saying,
However, this open beta is only available for the US Galaxy Note 20 users and the users who are want to register for the OneUI 3.0 open beta can register through the Samsung Members app.
How to apply for OneUI 3.0 open beta update?
In case you are eligible for this update and want to register, follow the steps below.
Go to the Samsung Members App.
Once you have opened this app, tap on the OneUI beta banner.
On the new page, tap on the Enroll button and allow the app to complete the process
Now, go to the Software update page in your device settings and check for updates to get download the open beta release.
OneUI 3.0 is based on Android 11. With this new update we get NFC file transfer, Chat bubble, Dark Mode, Battery and storage enhancements, an Enhanced Do Not Disturb Mode, better screen recording with internal audio capture, and better one-handed mode.
We are continuously tracking reports related to OneUI 3.0 & will update you with more information whenever it arrives, so stay tuned! Follow our website to get technology updates as soon as we publish them.
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