Samsung’s Android 11-running One UI 3.0 update enters public beta in US

Samsung’s One UI 3.0 update, which includes some Samsung-specific enhancements and new features of Android 11, is about to be released into the public beta in the United States. Sammobile Reports. The software is said to be available for the T-Mobile variants of Samsung’s Galaxy S20 series, including the standard S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra, although these jobs need to be expanded in hours and days. If you have a support device, Samsung members can join the beta via the app.

Thanks to the previous developer beta release, we already have a good idea What to expect from a UI 3.0. There are minor UI changes such as quick access or touch of the app’s widgets or double-tapping the home screen to turn off the phone’s display. This is a complete list of Samsung-specific upgrades, including Tex, stock usage and Pixby updates. Full changelog posted Android Police.

Along with Samsung’s changes, the One UI 3.0 also offers new features of Android 11, including updated media player controls and notification panel changes. You can read all about them in us Full Android 11 Review. The update includes the latest security link for Android from October 2020, Sammobile Reports.

Samsung’s One UI 3.0 Beta Launched yesterday in South Korea, And Sammobile It is expected to launch soon in China, Germany, India, Poland and the United Kingdom.

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