Samsung Beta manager in South Korea has confirmed One UI 3.0 with Android 11 beta version for the end-users. The Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ & Galaxy S20 Ultra users are the first devices eligible for One UI 3.0 beta testing. The Beta version is already available for developers, so we can expect it very soon for the general users. At current only, the Beta manager at South Korea has confirmed it, but I think the US & some European countries may soon receive it along with Korean users. To participate in the Android 11 beta program, you have to sign in to Samsung Member app.
The head person of the beta program mentioned to post the official launch date, and the download link will be provided on the Samsung Member app. The Member app is by default pre-installed on almost all Samsung Galaxy smartphones, so if you haven’t signed up to it yet, then do it. You will get all the details to install the beta version on the community app once it is made official. Last year too, beta testing was first started in South Korea for the Galaxy S10 users and later opened in the US & Germany.
After the Galaxy S20 lineup, we can see the beta program for Galaxy Note 20 series soon. In the One UI 3.0 version with Android 11, we will get features like improved gesture navigation, prediction tools, security & privacy. Along with it, users will get built-in screen recording, smart home media controls, new conversation tabs, and the better 5G network detection. Samsung also brings some of its features to the table.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.