Samsung has launched One UI 3.0 beta based on Android 11 for the Galaxy S20 series smartphones. The beta version is available only for developers who work with the Galaxy S20 series devices. The company revealed that the public trials for One UI 3.0 will start immediately.
According to XDA-Developers, One UI 3.0 is currently in pre-beta stage and is available only for developers based in the US and South Korea. Samsung is mainly testing the compatibility of the apps with the One UI 3.0 before throwing open to the general public. If you are a regular user, you will not be able to install the beta build. The company revealed that customers in India, China, UK, US, Germany, South Korea, and Poland will be able to test-drive the new build.
As of this writing, both LTE and 5G mobile variants of the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra are eligible to receive the beta update of the One UI 3.0 interface. The company has included both locked models offered by Sprint/T-mobile including unlocked as well.
We don’t have any information about the features included with the new release. However, those developers who test drive the new build will be able to throw open the list of new features on the public domain. Due to the nature of the beta program, there will be restrictions in revealing the features but we expect something very soon.