‘Galaxy S20’ US model Android 11 One UI 3.0 public beta

Samsung Electronics has entered the public beta test of Android 11 One UI 3.0 for the Galaxy S20 series in the United States following Korea.

According to foreign media reports, only T-mobile users can participate in the beta program in the US at this time, but it is expected to gradually expand to other carriers.

To sign up for the One UI 3.0 beta program, you need a Samsung account, and you can apply by installing the Samsung Members app and clicking’Sign up for the One UI beta program’ in the notice.

The beta firmware size released in the US is about 3GB, and the Android security patch for October is also included. When you install the update, you will be the first to experience the changed design, improved performance, and improved features in One UI 3.0.

Public beta testing is expected to begin in Europe, India and China soon.

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