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Samsung is currently testing the Android 11/One UI 3.0 on Galaxy M40, A70s, and Galaxy S20 series (Snapdragon and Exynos variant)

Google is likely to announce the Android 11 OS in the next few weeks and on the same day the company will release the latest Android version to its eligible Pixel phones.

This year, Samsung is not behind in this case. The company has already released the Android 11-based One UI 3 pre-beta program for developers, and the company may soon start the Android 11 public beta program for the Galaxy S20 series.

READ MORE: Samsung One UI 3.0: Latest News, Eligible Devices, Features, and Release Date

According to the latest information from the @MaxWinebach, the company is currently testing the Android 11 on all variants of the Galaxy S20 – Exynos and Snapdragon. In addition, Android 11 is also being tested on the Galaxy A70s and Galaxy M40.

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Previously, the Galaxy S20 devices have spotted running Android 11 OS on different benchmark platforms. It looks like the company may start the stable Android 11 update rollout soon for the flagship Galaxy S and Note series devices. This could also be applicable for some mid-range Galaxy A and Galaxy M-series phones.

ALSO READ: Samsung Android 11/One UI 3 device list: Is your Galaxy device getting Android 11?


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