In November 2020, Samsung launched the Android 11 and One UI 3 public beta program for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series. Ahead of its public release, this update allows users to experience the latest features and changes in this version.
The South Korean tech giant has released the stable Android 11 based One UI 3.0 update for the Galaxy S10 series flagships starting this year. Moreover, the company is known for providing the latest features of the One UI 3.1 version for various phones and tablets worldwide, including the Galaxy S10 device.
According to the latest information, various network carriers in Canada have scheduled to move the One UI 3.1 update to the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup on March 30, 2021. That means the Galaxy S10E, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ will start adopting the 3.1 version of One UI from next week with the new security patch.
Samsung One UI 3.1 update, introduced in the Galaxy Unpacked 2021, which includes several wondrous features including Eye Comfort Shield, Object Eraser, Private Share, Samsung Free, Google Duo integration with stock dialer app, buds Auto-Switching, ability to remove location data before sharing, and more. [One UI 3.1 Upgrade (Android 11)]
Android 11 is the eleventh major generation of Google’s Android operating system. It brings various new features like Chat Bubbles that help you to focus on your current work, one-time permissions to apps, pin conversations, security improvements, notification history, better privacy controls, a built-in screen recorder, and much more.
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