Recently, T-Mobile and Sprint have released the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 firmware update for the Galaxy S10 models in the US. Now, the carrier has pushed the major Android update to its other locked Samsung Galaxy smartphones.
According to the info, the T-Mobile bounded Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ smartphones have begun collecting the stable Android 11 and One UI 3.0 update via OTA. Users will get all the bells and whistles of Android 11 with this new software update.
Samsung’s One UI 3.0 brings various changes in the user interface that directly reflect on the lock screen, app drawer, notification panel, Settings menu, and more. Moreover, it also optimizes the system and system functions for a better user experience.
On the other hand, Android 11 comes with several new features and improvements such as Chat Bubbles, one-time permissions, better privacy controls, notification history, screen recorder, and more.
Identified via build versions: N975USQU5ETLL and N970USQU5ETLL for the Galaxy Note 10+ and Galaxy Note 10, the latest update install the January 2021 security patches for better device security. Since it’s an initial rollout, we can expect the company will expand its availability soon.
Thanks for the tip – Robin
How to check for updates manually:
- Open device Settings
- Select Software updates
- Tap on Download and install.