Every smartphone manufacturer is running in the race of providing a stable Android 11 update to its devices, and Samsung is not an exception. The South-Korean company is working hard to give the latest features and smoother experience to its users via the latest updates. Samsung earlier started an OneUI 3.0 Beta program for its Galaxy S20 series. And now, Samsung has started to roll out the OneUI 3.0 beta update for the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra.
This information comes from an official Samsung Galaxy Weibo account. Weibo is a Chinese microblogging platform. The original Weibo post goes as follows,
What you want is coming~
Samsung Galaxy S20 | S20+ | S20Ultra
One UI 3 and Android 11 operating system test experience is officially launched!
Places are limited, so don’t miss out!
Come and experience a new user experience
Poke link: Web links
A screenshot of this post is added below.
This update is available only for those limited users who registered in the OneUI 3.0 beta recruitment & got approved to receive the beta update.
Recently, the Samsung S20 LTE/5G model received the Wi-Fi Alliance certification on Android 11. This hints us that Samsung might be very close to releasing the stable One UI 3.0 update for the Galaxy S20 series. We can expect to get the Samsung OneUI 3.0 for Galaxy S20 series within this year.
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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