Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra Get the OneUI 3.0 Public Beta Update

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra Get the OneUI 3.0 Public Beta Update 

Yesterday, Samsung unveiled the delivery of the latest public OneUI 3.0 beta based on Android11. The new update was the Galaxy S20's debut, and it has now reached the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 ranking.

Since this is not a stable delivery, you should go through the trial registration program. Currently, it is available to the general population in India and Germany - plus the United States and Korea. The new OS update brings a mixture of Android 11 new features and Samsung's own changes. Before diving into details, bear in mind that Samsung is optimizing stable charges (to charge Galaxy S21 with the new OS trend).


If you prefer the stable and deprecated OneUI 3.0 presentation, it will roll out soon - maybe even in December. In terms of self-update, it requires Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Note 20, or Galaxy S20 to unlock. Additionally, beta analysts must register with members from Samsung.


OneUI 2.5 added cleaner and user interface changes, however it wasn't a visual upgrade to OneUI 3.0. Outside of direct access, it will hide the upgraded notes in Samsung Note 20. New Fasten has been added, icons are more and have blurred integrity. Media playback controls are now separated from Notes and enhanced with a simple tool key. There is another power button in the dropdown menu. Live address removed. The new talk bubble also includes, however, the device control menu and Quick Access Wallet (spun with Samsung Pay).

A new power-saving mode called a "non-rechargeable battery" has been introduced, along with a host of changes in each category of user interface. It shows better and smoother movements in addition to the initial reviews.

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