Samsung has already started rolling out the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 stable build to the Galaxy Note 10 users running One UI 2.5 (Android 10). This major firmware update has also expanded in several smartphone markets.
So far, the company has not released the stable OTA update for the Galaxy Note 10 One UI 3.0 beta testers. And now, these devices have started getting another One UI 3.0 beta build which brings several system improvements.
According to the info, the South Korean tech giant has begun sending the One UI 3.0 Beta 4 to the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ smartphones in its home ground. After South Korea, this update will also be available in other eligible countries including the US, India, Germany, Poland, and UK.
As per the changelog (translated from Korean), the new beta build comes with several improvements for the system features such as swipe gestures, quick panel, lock screen, camera, and more. It also brings fixes for other minor issues for better device performance.
What’s new with One UI 3.0 Beta 4:
- Swipe gestures do not work well
- If you lower the quick panel while using the security mode, the blur is not processed and appears transparent
- Rebooting while using the terminal
- Stuck when taking pictures, and the app is automatically closed
- Unlock When the screen turns black and then returns to the lock screen
- The frame is cut off and delayed when shooting a video
- A number is displayed on the phone display when a missed call is received, but it is not erased even after confirmation
- Other minor errors are fixed
Here’s how to check for update manually:
- Open device Settings >> Software updates >> Download and install.