Samsung suspends OneUI 3.0 beta for older models

Samsung began the process of launching the first beta versions of OneUI 3.0, which is based on Android 11, for some 2019 gamma tops, such as the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10, last week. This availability is expected to expand even further, and to more devices. However, it appears that the South Korean company is suspending the release of beta versions, at least for now, supposedly due to the discovery of bugs that cause huge battery consumption.

A comment from a beta operations manager, posted a message in the Members app in which he suggested that a “stabilization error” caused problems in the beta versions of the Note10 series phones and that the update Work of other older and prominent devices will resume. when the problem is resolved. The post also adds that users of community forums are complaining about the constant crashing of various apps, in addition to excessive battery consumption, which is already rare in this type of build.

The beta version of OneUI 3.0 poses problems for some 2019 gamma tops

It’s not clear whether these issues will affect the overall OneUI 3.0 release schedule on newer devices. Since the issue has only been reported on older gamma tops, it is possible that the S20 series is free from these issues. Either way, when the company resumes beta versions, Galaxy Z Flip, Z Fold, and S10 series phones are expected to be live to start receiving the operating system update. .

If you have an S10 series phone or one of the company’s foldable phones and signed up for the OneUI 3.0 beta program, the wait to receive the new OS update can be a bit longer than initially expected.


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