It’ll be a few months earlier than Android 11 rolls out extensively to Samsung units, however issues are shifting alongside rapidly. Following a developer preview final month, Samsung has simply opened up a public beta of OneUI 3.0 with Android 11.
As reported by SamMobile, the OneUI 3.0 public beta is now open for Galaxy S20 customers, however solely in Samsung’s dwelling nation of South Korea. This beta is, in fact, primarily based on Android 11 and is accessible to the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and the S20 Extremely. At this level, the S20 FE isn’t included.
Over time, Samsung is about to carry its Android 11 beta to different international locations together with the US, United Kingdom, Poland, Germany, China, and India. The Galaxy Observe 20 sequence may even decide up assist for this beta in some unspecified time in the future, however no dates have been introduced for different areas or units.
Replace 10/7: Shortly after debuting in Korea, Samsung has made the OneUI 3.0 public beta out there to Galaxy S20 customers in the US. Oddly, it’s at present restricted solely to T-Cell S20 fashions, but it surely ought to develop to unlocked fashions quickly.
To get in on the enjoyable, you’ll want to enroll in the OneUI 3.0 beta within the Samsung Members app. A banner ought to seem on the “Discover” tab. An replace of roughly 2GB ought to arrive shortly after you signal as much as carry your gadget as much as Samsung’s Android 11 beta construct.
We lately took a quick look at an early build of OneUI 3.0, which brings assist for brand new Android options comparable to Bubbles, improved notifications, and extra. There are additionally some UI tweaks and new options from Samsung, however we’re anticipating the general public beta to disclose much more. Probably, Android 11 will begin arriving on Samsung units late this yr or in early 2021.
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