This post was last updated on September 9th, 2020 at 03:31 pm
OneUi 3.0 has been released by Samsung for the Galaxy S20 series. Read more by clicking here.
Old Story; OneUI 3.0 for Galaxy S20 series
Last week, Samsung has launched its much-awaited Galaxy Note 20 series along with the new fold smartphone. Interestingly, the brand announced that these devices along with S10, Note 10, and S20 series will receive three major updates. Soon after that, Samsung opened its registration for the developer beta version of OneUI 3.0 for the Samsung Galaxy S20 series. FYI, Samsung introduced the OneUI 2.1 with the same S20 series. It seems that Samsung loves to bring the new version with the “S” series instead of Note series. As you know, the update comes with the Android 11 Beta version.
Unlike the Android 11 Beta, the new OneUI 3.0 is still in the pre-beta phase. And it requires approval from Samsung in order to use the same. Currently, the beta of the new UI is available in its home country i.e. South Korea and in the US. There are reports that Samsung will soon introduce the programme for registered users in China, Germany, India, Poland, and the UK. It means that every person in the above-listed country can register for the same. Interestingly, both the variants of the Galaxy S20 series i.e. both 4G & 5G units will be eligible for the same.
Previously there were many reports that Samsung is testing its new UI in the UK with Galaxy S20. To support that, there came the GeekBench listing of the device running on Android 11. In order to ensure the working of essential apps, Samsung is allowing Samsung partner developers to participate in the pre-beta phase. It will help them to test the Ui with every carrier.
Another point is that Samsung also includes some unlocked variants of the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. Currently, it is limited to the unlocked variants of Sprint and T-Mobile. While in South Korea, it is limited to the units of KT, LGU+, and SKT. The thing is that the brand hasn’t revealed anything about the new OneUi 3.0. Neither the UI design nor the upcoming features haven’t shared by the brand. We have been mentioning in our every post that, Samsung has really improved the speed of pushing updates.