Samsung appears to be at a rapid pace in testing OneUI 3.0, based on Android 11, for many of its devices. In recent weeks, the South Korean company has been collecting feedback from users of the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note20, which are already part of its beta program.
According to the latest information, these tests are going very well as Samsung prepares to expand the list of devices compatible with the OneUI 3.0 beta program. In the brand’s official forum in South Korea, the OneUI 3.0 update will soon be released for Galaxy S10, S10 +, S10e, S10 5G, Note10, Note10 +, Z Flip 5G and Galaxy Z Fold users 2 5G.
This public beta will initially be restricted to users residing in South Korea, but we can expect the beta program to be open to people living in Europe, China or the United States in the coming weeks.
Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10 prepare to receive OneUI 3.0 beta
Among the new features of OneUI 3.1, we find the new interface for the quick settings bar or the notification center, the widget dedicated to content control and a “Dynamic Screen Lock” option which regularly changes the wallpaper.
To download the beta to your phone, you will need to install the Samsung Members app through Galaxy Apps or the Google Play Store. All you need to do is sign up for the beta program, which will appear in the app. After registration, Samsung will first need to validate your registration, and only then will it make the beta available for your device, which will arrive via OTA.
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