After the Galaxy S20 & Galaxy Note 20 series, Samsung had rolled out Android 11-based One UI 3.0 beta version for the Galaxy Note 10 lineup. This week, it supposed to release on other flagship smartphones, but it didn’t happen. As per the Beta Operation Manager at South Korean Samsung Community, there were some serious issues in the One UI 3.0 Beta version of the Galaxy Note 10. It is the reason, the company has postponed beta updates for Galaxy S10, S10+, S10e, Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy Fold 2, and their 5G variants. As the beta manager stated, it has postponed until all the issues fixed.
It is common to have some issues in the beta version, but it looks like the issues are serious to handle for end users. Actually, yesterday Samsung has released One UI 3.0 beta version for Galaxy Z Flip 5G, but it later pulled back. Some users have even successfully installed it on their foldable Z Flip phone. Now, the official banner has posted on the Community app with the ‘Coming Soon’ sign. The Beta Manager has even requested users to not install this version till they fix the issue. You can read the official answer from the Beta Operation Manager in the below image.
As per the users on Samsung Community, the battery drain is the main issue most of the users are facing on Galaxy Note 10 & Note 10+ devices. Some users are also facing app crashes while using them. The Beta Manager haven’t mentioned next release date, but I think they may rollout out it in this week. Once the company starts roll out of Android 11 based One UI 3.0 beta, all these devices will get it in the sequence, and the Z Flip 5G might be the first one.