Samsung rolled out the public beta of its newest Android skin the One UI 3.0 based on Android 11 earlier this month for the US variants. And following that, Samsung started accepting the beta registration for the One UI 3.0 last week and just after that the South Korean company has now started rolling out the One UI 3.0 BETA update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 in the States.
This is the first public beta update which is available for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra models. This update is currently eligible to the Sprint, T – mobile and Unlocked variants of the Galaxy Note 20 series. If you have an eligible device, you can enrol yourself in the public beta program of One UI 3.0 that Samsung is offering by Samsung members App and tapping on the One UI 3.0 banner and registering yourself.
Once you have successfully enrolled, you can download the update by using the Download and install option in the phone’s Settings » Software update menu.
One UI 3.0 introduces a new design which includes but is not limited to the new gaussian background blur when you pull the notification shade, cleaner long-press menu for app shortcuts, call background personalization, improved stock apps, repositioned volume control sliders, and a sleeker-looking lock screen. The AOD feature can now use GIFs, there’s a new UI for Bixby Routines, and the Settings menu has been slightly redesigned.
This new update brings the latest Android 11 along with the latest Android security patch of October 2020. The update size is around 2GB in size and you should download it via Wi-Fi to avoid additional charges on mobile data.
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