Just recently, some reports surfaced online suggesting that Samsung has suspended the Android 11 and One UI 3.0 rollout for the Galaxy S10 series devices. However, the reason for the suspension was not cleared at that time.
According to the official information, after stopping the Android 11/One UI 3.0 rollout for the Galaxy S10 models, Samsung is developing an improved version based on One UI 3.0 to quickly fix the camera-related issues after updating with the recent One UI 3.0 FOTA.
The company official further added that it will not release another update based on Android 10. Samsung detailed that the devices released with Android 9 (S10/Note 10) may have different types of problems from those released as Android 10 (S20/Note 20) and there are parts that need to be optimized according to the properties or specs of the device.
“Since verification is still in progress, detailed guidance on the release schedule of the Android 11 full version is difficult, and we will check the progress and respond further by next Thursday.” – Samsung Galaxy S in-charge.
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