- Samsung is making its One UI 3.0 beta available for the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra.
- You need an unlocked, Sprint or T-Mobile device to try.
- Registrations are available through the Members app.
You do not have to own it Galaxy S20 To test Samsung’s latest interface. Samsung A UI 3.0 Beta Is available Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, Brings flavor Android 11 For the company’s pen-equipped smartphones.
You will need an unlocked version of Sprint, T-Mobile or Galaxy Note 20 to try out the One UI 3.0 beta. As before, you need to sign up through the banner in the Samsung Members app. The company warns that it will “speed up” to provide a more consistent release as we write this, so be patient if reliability (for beta, however) is important to you.
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The test release adds many interface adjustments and practical features. Some of them come directly from Android 11 as a special section for chats in the shadow of your notification. You will also see improvements to the Samsung web browser, home and lock screens and contacts.
There are also improvements to the ecosystem as it expands Wireless DX Support and Smart Things tie-in that provide clearly visible alerts if the devices hear a ringing doorbell or a crying baby. Not sure if the Galaxy Note 20-specific additions to the One UI 3.0 beta will be made, but Samsung did not mention anything in its announcement.
Samsung is already committed to releasing the polished version after November and it is expected to be unofficially expected by December. It does not describe devices that will receive beta after the Galaxy Note 20, but there may be a longer list when Samsung Extending the updates to three years For its mid-range and high-end devices.
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