Verizon’s Galaxy S20 Lineup Is Now Getting Stable Android 11

Samsung Galaxy S20 series updates have started rolling out through Verizon. The company had been trying out its beta version for months now and has finally released it in the US now. The One UI 3.0 based on Android 11 software update is for the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra only. The update is bringing in various features and enhancements to your smartphones. The announcement was made by Verizon on its Samsung Galaxy S20 5G support page and users have already started receiving their updates.

The One UI 3.0 update is also coming with the November 2020 Android security patch. The software version of this update is G98*VSQU1ZTHK. The company has recently released a schedule of stable UI 3.0 updates for their phones and when they will be receiving it. It seems they are following it as the S20 is the first one to receive the update.

Galaxy S20 One UI 3.0 Update

The update has features like a double-tap to turn off the screen, enhanced Quick Panel which will help users to easily switch between their videos and music and other apps. The notification panel has also been updated giving the users more information just at a glance. You can also use the ‘Bubbles’ to pin conversations on the top of your screen, so can prioritize messages and conversations. The camera filters have also been updated and single-take improvements have been added.

There has also been a security update where Google has added one-time permission for apps to use the phone’s mic, camera, or location once then ask for permission again if it wants to use those again. The update will soon roll out to other countries as well in the coming weeks, and you can manually check for updates in the settings panel under systems updates.