Samsung has invited Galaxy users to test Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 Beta.

With the release of One UI 2.5, Samsung’s development focus has been on the next major update. Today, Samsung has extended an invitation to Galaxy phone users participating in the One UI test to test the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 system.

Samsung has invited Galaxy users to test Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 Beta.

Samsung has invited Galaxy users to test Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 Beta.

Samsung has sent the beta update to Korean Galaxy S20 users, while markets such as the US, Poland, Germany, China, India or the UK are also about to launch updates. In the coming weeks, Samsung is expected to offer a Beta update to the OneUI 3.0 based on Android 11 for the Galaxy S-Series and the Galaxy Note Series.

Samsung has invited Galaxy users to test Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 Beta.

As Samsung suggests in its latest public beta software, after registering for the Beta version, you can download and install the beta version of the software through the Software Update Menu (Settings) software update. Beta software distribution can be extended sequentially, and user-specific delays may occur.

The Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 20 series are also likely to receive the update by the end of the year. Devices eligible for the upgrade include:

Galaxy S20: Exynos SM-G980F and Snapdragon SM-G980U.

Galaxy S20 plus: Exynos SM-G985F and Snapdragon SM-G9805.

Galaxy S20 Ultra: Exynos SM-G988F and Snapdragon SM-G988F.

Galaxy Note 20: Exynos SM-SM-N980F and Snapdragon SM-SM-N980U.

Galaxy Note 20 Ultra: Exynos SM-N985F and Snapdragon SM-N985U.