After pushing Android 11 beta to the Galaxy S20 series, Samsung is now inviting Galaxy Note 20 series owners, to have a try.
One UI 3.0, based on Google’s latest Android 11, comes to Galaxy Note 20 phones with features introduced in the latest Android version in addition to custom ones from Samsung.
One UI 3.0 includes improvements to the home screen, always-on display, lock screen, DeX, Samsung Keyboard, Bixby, camera and more.
For now, the beta is only available to Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra users in the US, Germany and the company’s home market, South Korea. Users in these regions can join the beta group via the Samsung Members app.
The company opened the beta yesterday with no specified end date.
The South Korean tech company is yet to officially publish its Android 11 update roadmap. But Samsung has improved on updates to its devices, especially flagship ones, which starting from last year’s Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series will now receive three major Android updates.
Here’s the full list of Samsung phones that will get three major Android updates.
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