One UI 3.0 is the latest update that brings Android 11 on Galaxy devices. And in December 2020, a few flagship Galaxy devices already received the stable One UI 3.0 update. But there are still many devices that are scheduled to get updates in the coming months. Samsung Galaxy A51 5G is the latest device that gets its first One UI 3.0 beta.
Today Samsung also kicks off One UI 3.0 beta for Galaxy M31 which is the first mid-range galaxy phone to get the beta update. And just a few hours later Galaxy A51 5G also joins the party and gets the first One UI 3.0 beta.
Samsung surprises users with the stable Android 11 based One UI 3.0 update for Galaxy devices that weren’t scheduled to get this year such as Galaxy S10 Lite. It means Samsung is ahead of the Android 11 schedule. And it is always good for users.
As usual, the beta update will be rolling out in stages before it gets the stable Android 11 update. The Galaxy A51 5G is scheduled to get the stable Android 11 update by March 2021. But if Samsung keeps surprising users with updates, it can get the update before March.
Samsung Galaxy A51 5G users in South Korea can now register for the One UI 3.0 beta. Users can use the Samsung Members app for participating in the Android 11 beta program. And if you also want to test the One UI 3.0 beta but unaware of the registration process. Then you can check out our definitive guide to apply for Android 11 based One UI 3.0 beta.
Soon Galaxy A51 5G users from other regions will also get to participate in the One UI 3.0 beta. We will update this guide once Samsung extends this opportunity to other regions.
And if we talk about features, then you get to experience Android 11 as well as One UI 3.0 features. The list of features includes Chat Bubbles for instant replies, new Media controls, Built-in screen recording with internal Audio, easier smart controls, and more. One UI 3.0 brings a major improvement in the user interface for fluid performance and interaction.
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