A few months ago, Samsung started the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 beta testing program for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 devices, after inviting the Galaxy S20 and Note 20 flagships. Recently, the company has begun sending the stable One UI 3.0 update for the Galaxy S10 devices running on One UI 2.5 (Android 10).
Meanwhile, the Galaxy S10 users who have participated in the beta trial of One UI 3.0 are still waiting for the stable OTA. Now, the Korean tech giant has started to roll out a new beta firmware for the Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+, and S10 5G in its home country.
This new software update comes with a build version of ZUA3 for the Galaxy S10 lineup. By taking a look at the changes of One UI 3.0 Beta 3, we can found that it brings several system improvements for more reliable device stability.
As per the official update log, it fixes the issue occurring regarding the device restart while the user left the device unattended, solves the fingerprint misrecognition error, rebooting problem while watching videos, and more. In addition, it also improves the 5G functionality of these devices for precise internet connectivity.
Samsung Galaxy S10 One Ui 3.0 Beta 3 Changelog:
- Device restarts while left unattended
- Fingerprint misrecognition problem
- Nothing is displayed when running contacts
- Shooting for more than 3 minutes in slow motion mode fails even after shooting for a short time
- Rebooting while watching videos and other video related errors
- New notification badges are exposed in the phone app even when there is no notification to check
- 5G performance improvement
- Other minor errors fixed
In addition to South Korea, this update may soon be available for the Galaxy S10 series One UI 3.0 beta members in other smartphone markets. We can also expect that Samsung will also provide a stable OTA for the Galaxy S10 devices.
How to update:
Check for the latest update manually by heading to your device’s Settings, then click on Software updates, and finally hit on Download and install.
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