Back in November 2020, Samsung launched the public beta program of One UI 3.0 for the Galaxy S10 series devices in some major smartphone markets including the US, Korea, India, Germany, UK, Poland, and China.
Starting this year, the company has begun releasing stable Android 11 with One UI 3.0 for the Galaxy S10 users that haven’t participated in the beta testing activity. Besides, Samsung also halted sending this update for a while and later on resumed again.
According to the latest info, Samsung has finally discontinued the One UI 3.0 beta program for the Galaxy S10 series devices in South Korea. Following the beta suspension, the company will soon start pushing the stable One UI 3.0 update to the beta participants of the Galaxy S10 lineup.
As we know, the Samsung One UI 3.0 beta program allows interested users to start experiencing the latest version of One UI before its public release. The One UI 3.0 is built on Android 11 which comes with several features and adds new changes to the user interface such as the rebranded Home screen and quick panel as well as the Settings menu.
After the beta program is over:
- Company officials no longer provide an official answer to your comments.
- Beta feedback is disabled.
- New beta software versions are no longer released.
Note – (Via: Samsung Community)
- Beta users, please be sure to update to the full version. Those who continue to use the beta binary after the beta is over will not be able to continuously update the full version afterward.
- If you update to the official software version, you will not be able to see comments submitted in beta mode, including feedback and beta community posts.
- If you have any unresolved issues or suggestions for improvement after updating to the official software version, please continue to submit using commercial Samsung members.