Samsung began beta testing its Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update a couple of months prior, and since the time at that point it’s been extending to more test gadgets and areas.
Presently the company has delivered official subtleties for when the last One UI 3 delivery is required to begin coming to huge numbers of its handsets in business sectors around the world, giving Galaxy clients a thought of when to anticipate the overhaul on their own phones.
In an official explanation delivered today, Samsung affirmed that the One UI 3 rollout has started for S20 series gadgets in the US, Korea, and most business sectors in Europe.
The update will gradually make it to more areas and more gadgets, with Samsung explicitly naming the Galaxy Note20, Z Fold2, Z Flip, Note10, Fold and S10 series as being relied upon to get the update in the coming weeks. The company additionally expressed that One UI 3 will open up on Galaxy A gadgets “in the first half of 2021”, which is reliable with a picture shared on Samsung’s people group discussion demonstrating the worldwide delivery plan for Galaxy gadgets in Egypt.
Obviously, this is only the assessed release timetable, and timing will shift contingent upon where you’re found and how quick your transporter endorses the OTA update.
All things considered, these dates give us a decent sign of how long we’ll be sitting tight for One UI 3.0. While you pause, why not look at our total list of changes to find all that Samsung has available.
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