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Verizon rolling out Android 11 based One UI 3.0 update for Samsung Galaxy A50

by Sheetal

Last year in December, Verizon rolled out a stable One UI 3.0 update based on Android 11 for the Galaxy S20 series. However, this is the first stable rollout, and in addition, the company has also expanded this major update to various Galaxy devices in different regions of the world.


Apart from One UI 3.0, Samsung will also release the One UI 3.1 update to many eligible Galaxy phones and tablets. Now, according to the latest information, Verizon has started delivering a new software update for Galaxy A50 users in the US, with a build version of the A505USQUBDUC2.

Although, the Samsung Galaxy phone is currently receiving the One UI 3.1 version directly through the Android 11 update but the carrier is still providing the One UI version 3.0. To improve system security, it also installed the latest Android patch released in March 2021. You can see the updated changelog for this update below.


This software update brings the latest Android OS 11, with new features including Conversations, Bubbles, Categorized Notifications, and One UI 3.0.

The latest Android security patch is also included in this update.

Android OS 11 Update

Android OS 11 offers some of the newest ways to control your privacy, customize your phone, and get things done. It’s Android, just the way you want it.


See, respond to, and control your conversations across multiple messaging apps. All in the same spot. Then select people you always chat with. These priority conversations show up on your lock screen.


With Android 11, you can pin conversations so they always appear on top of other apps and screens. Bubbles keep the conversation going—while you stay focused on whatever else you’re doing. Access the chat anytime or anywhere.

One UI 3.0

The new One UI 3.0 improves user interaction for Quick Panel, Toolbars, Notifications, Settings, and more.

Privacy Controls

One-time permissions – Give one-time permissions to apps that need your mic, camera or location. The next time the app needs access, it must ask for permission again.

Permissions auto‑reset –If you haven’t used an app in a while, you may not want it to keep accessing your data. So Android will reset permissions for your unused apps. You can always turn permissions back on.

Users of this device can also check for it manually by heading towards device Settings >> Software updates >> Download and install.

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