One UI 3.0 Beta for Galaxy S20 Series Now Rolling Out in South Korea

Last week, the beta operation manager at Samsung’s South Korean community had mentioned that the One UI 3.0 Beta with Android 11 for Galaxy S20 series is coming soon. Now, without taking too much time, the beta version is rolling out in the home country for these three Galaxy S20, S20+ & S20 Ultra devices. The official banner and the download link has shared on Samsung Members app, and users can participate by logging into the app. The Beta Operation Manager has mentioned that only limited users can participate in the program and after that they will close it till further date.

If you are Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ or Galaxy S20 Ultra user living in South Korea, and want to take part into the beta program. Then head to the Samsung Members app and login to it. Participation in beta testing is simple. In the Samsung Members app, enter the One UI 3 beta test banner on the main screen, read the instructions carefully, and apply. Then go into your phone settings and hit download and install in software update, and then One UI 3.0 Beta firmware will be installed.

Galaxy S20 Beta Update

It is One UI 3.0 Beta version and not the stable version so you many face some issues. You can download the update if you can handle such minor issues and want to help the company to build a better version. There is no word on when the beta program will start in the other countries. Also, the update will come soon to the Galaxy Note 20 users in the coming days. Samsung might release the stable version of Android 11-based One UI 3.0 in November for flagship devices.

The beta manager has further requested to update all the Samsung apps from the Galaxy Store once you install the beta version.