The South Korean Smartphone brand Samsung started rolling out the beta testing of One UI 3.0 for Samsung Galaxy S20. In the latest announcement by the company, it has been decided that the beta program will be expanded to the S20 mobile in the United States. The One UI 3.0 is the new in-house program of Samsung based on Android 11. Earlier this program was limited to the Galaxy S20 flagship smartphones in South Korea. The company has made it very clear that this feature will be available to more countries soon.
The beta program will contain Android 11 and the best part about this is that it will not be limited to developers but anyone can use it. This updated version will be available especially for the updated version of ZTJ3. Not only this, but this feature is also accessible in the latest security patch level released in October 2020. The program has been now available for the s20 users of the United States but if the report is to be believed India and Germany will soon get the updates in their device.
The Samsung S20 device users can apply for this beta program by visiting the Samsung store and then click on the Beta program of S20. Once you have checked that an update will be downloaded in your phone of size 2 GB. The beta program will be downloaded on your phone and then it will be ready for operations.
This beta testing will allow a lot of enhanced features in the Samsung S20 such as enhanced privacy patches, screen customisation, full-screen alerts, improved navigation.
If you are also a Galaxy S20 user, then you can check if this update is also available for your device by following the aforesaid steps:
One of the best ways to apply for One UI 3.0 beta program is using the Samsung members app. Download the Samsung members app and open the app. Navigate to the notification section in the app and click on the One UI beta program link. After enrolling open the settings -> system updates -> download OTA updates.