Updated on NOVEMBER 21, 2020
The latest version of the One UI comes with many new features. It comes with a lot of exciting new features, including a double-tap gesture anywhere on the home screen to turn off the display.
In this article, we will tell you everything about the One UI 3.0 for the Galaxy S20 series including the features and release date. Let’s find out.
[Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra Release Date]
According to a recently shared timeline, Samsung will release an Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update for the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra in December 2020.
The stable update will start rolling out sometime in December 2020. It should be available for all the variants of the Galaxy S20 series – locked, unlocked, 4G, and 5G.
[NOVEMBER 21, 2020] Samsung is now rolling out a new Android 11-based One UI 3.0 beta update to the Galaxy S20 series. The latest update, which is One UI 3.0 Beta 7, comes with fixes for some bugs. READ MORE HERE.
[NOVEMBER 19, 2020] Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra are now receiving the ONE UI 3.0 beta 6 build in the US. The update fixes bugs of the previous beta build and enhances the system functions for a better user experience. READ MORE HERE.
The company has now started rolling out a One UI 3.0 Beta 5 build for Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra in South Korea. READ MORE HERE.
[NOVEMBER 05, 2020] Samsung has started rolling out the One UI 3.0 Beta 3 build in the US and Korea. It comes with the November 2020 security patch and some more improvements. READ MORE HERE.
[NOVEMBER 03, 2020] The Galaxy S20 series is now getting One UI 3.0 Beta 4. It comes with improved camera performance and some optimizations. It also brings the November 2020 security patch. The size of this update is nearly 400MB. (G981BXXU5ZTK1/G986BXXU5ZTK1/G988BXXU5ZTK1). READ MORE HERE.
[OCTOBER 30, 2020] The Galaxy S20 series is now receiving the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 Beta 3 build in Germany. It comes with the camera improvements and some other minor improvements. READ MORE HERE.
[OCTOBER 24, 2020] Samsung Galaxy S20 has now spotted running Android 11 on Wi-Fi Alliance this week. This is a positive sign that the company is working on a stable build for the S20 series.
These certificates are available for the Galaxy S20 LTE and 5G variants, both US and international models. We may soon see a similar certificate for the Galaxy S20 and S20 Ultra in the coming days. Read more here.
Samsung has also started rolling out the first One UI 3.0 beta in India. You can check the complete news here.
[OCTOBER 22, 2020] Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra gets improved camera performance with a new One UI 3.0 beta. The latest beta update improves the camera experience of the Galaxy S20 Ultra. It also brings a problem with the ultra-wide sensor. Read more here.
[OCTOBER 20, 2020] The Galaxy S20 series users in the UK are now eligible for the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 beta program. The rollout will start soon.
[OCTOBER 17, 2020] Samsung has already released the Android 11-based One UI 3 public beta program for the Galaxy S20 series. It is already rolling out for the Galaxy S20 users in the US, Poland, Korea, Germany, and India.
The company is likely to start the One UI 3.0 public beta rollout in more countries and more devices very soon. Samsung has also released a hotfix for the first One UI 3.0 beta in Korea and the US. Read more here.
[OCTOBER 14, 2020] Samsung is now sending a new software update, which brings a new One UI 3.0 beta for the unlocked Galaxy S20 series units in the US. Read more here.
[OCTOBER 07, 2020] The first One UI 3.0 public beta update is currently limited to T-Mobile Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra users. Read more here.
[OCTOBER 06, 2020] Samsung previously opened One UI 3.0 for developers and now the company finally started to send the first beta update of One UI 3.0 for the public users Samsung Galaxy S20 series has finally started to rollout. Read more here.
[OCTOBER 05, 2020] Samsung has confirmed that the One UI 3.0 will be released after November 2020. The company confirmed on its Korean website. It means we will see the first stable rollout in December 2020. Read more here