Recently, Samsung kicked-off One UI 3.0 based Android 11 developer beta program for the Galaxy Note 20. While, the testing of public beta builds for Galaxy S20 series is already in second phase. Now the news comes out the Korean tech-giant is testing One UI 3.0 build on the Galaxy Note 10+ and Galaxy A30.
A community member (@theKeshavKr) first reported on the Samsung Community Forum that Android 11 is undergoing testing for the Exynos variant of Galaxy Note 10+ (SM-N975F) in southeast Europe. Later on, another user (@Catz420billa) confirmed that, the testing is also undergoing for the Galaxy A30.
A third-party app named, CheckFirm, also confirms that the One UI 3.0 based Android 11 build is under testing for the Galaxy Note 10 Plus and Galaxy A30. CheckFirm app allows you to check the information of upcoming firmware’s or official firmware of Galaxy devices. While, the testing for Galaxy A30 (SM-A305F) is going for the Indian variant.
Hopefully, Samsung will soon release the One UI 3.0 beta program for the Galaxy Note 10 series as well. And maybe, it will be available for the Galaxy A-series phones after the Galaxy Note 10 lineup.
The newer build brings a bunch of UI changes to the smartphone, One UI 3.0 comes with an overhauled Notification panel and long press menu for apps, new Volume controls layout, intuitive lock screen and Bixby Routines, a flurry of customizations to AOD, and much more. Not only this, but the update also brings the essential features of Android 11 alongside the revamped monthly security patch.
We’ll update this story, once we found more information about of the newest One UI 3.0 for Galaxy Note 10+ and A30. You can check more about the One UI 3.0 on our website.
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