South Korean giant Samsung has started rolling out stable One UI 3.0 Android 11 based update for Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Samsung is expanding its new One UI 3.0 based on Android 11 updates for more markets. This update was first rolled out on Verizon users in the US. If you are wondering Countries where Galaxy S20 Series One UI 3.0 update is rolling out?
Samsung officially launched its own custom skin- One UI 3.0 which is based on the Android 11 operating system. With next-generation. One UI 3.0 comes with new design improvements in One UI’s most frequently used features, such as the Home screen and Quick panel, not only reduce distractions but also highlight important information so you can focus on the contents better. The motion responses feel even smoother and more natural than ever, while its interface seamlessly adapts to different screen sizes and devices to provide the best-optimized experience possible.
December 16– Samsung has started rolling out One UI 3.0 stable update for Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. The update comes on the latest Android Version 11. It is rolling out in the US on the T-Mobile network and Belgium users also getting this update. (Via- SamMobile)
One UI 3.0 update [Countries List]
Samsung One UI 3.0 stable/beta program currently available in these countries for Galaxy S20 series.
- Belgium (Stable) New
- India (Stable)
- Poland (Beta)
- The United States (Stable)
- South Korea (Stable)
- Germany (Beta)
- China (Beta)
- United Kingdom (Beta)
- Vietnam (Stable)
- Israel (Stable)
- Pakistan (Stable)
- Turkey (Stable)
- Ukraine (Stable)
HOW TO APPLY FOR ONE UI 3.0 BETA PROGRAM
- Open the Samsung Members app and log in to it
- Enter the One UI 3 beta test banner on the main screen and read the instructions carefully
- Then tap on apply.
- Then go into your phone settings
- Download and install in a software update
- One UI 3.0 Beta firmware will be installed.
You can see whether you have such a smartphone under Settings -> Phone info -> Software information -> Provider software version. There you should see the abbreviation “DBT”.