That’s it, Android 11 and One UI 3.0 are finally showing for the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The public beta is being rolled out.
It is the turn of holders of a Samsung Galaxy Note 20 or Galaxy Note 20 Ultra to be able to preview the new interface of the Korean manufacturer. One UI beta version 3.0 is starting to roll out.
Samsung opens the floodgates for the Galaxy Note 20
After the launch of the public beta of One UI 3.0 on the Galaxy S20s, Samsung has recruited a panel of testers to evaluate the interface on its larger Note range smartphones. At the same time, the latter will have Android 11 available since early September.
Selon XDA Developers, One UI 3.0 is currently being rolled out to them. In addition, in the United States, the public beta is available on devices provided by mobile operators T-Mobile, Sprint, as well as unlocked versions of the Galaxy Note 20.
The registration process is carried out through the Samsung Members application in which the public beta of One UI 3.0 is highlighted via a banner. Once registered, all you have to do is go to settings to check for updates. Be careful, it seems that banking applications are not functional with this beta.
Remember that One UI 3.0 is currently reserved for the latest high-end smartphones from Samsung. The Galaxy S9 and Note 9 series recently received One UI 2.5.
What’s new for One UI 3.0?
The new interface of the latest smartphones in the Galaxy range includes a whole host of new features concerning both home and lock screens, but also Always on Display, better management of quick settings or more accessibility options .
One UI 3.0 also brings a whole host of new features for Samsung’s browser. The Contact, Messages and Phone apps also received updates. This is also the case for the calendar or the task manager. Samsung has also improved parental controls, the camera application and its Bixby assistant.
Find more details on all the new features of One UI 3.0. It remains to be seen when exactly European users will be entitled to it.