One UI is Samsung’s custom overlay added on top of Android. It was the successor to Samsung’s own Samsung Experience UX and TouchWiz. One UI comes preloaded in every Samsung device from April 2019. Samsung is on the verge of pushing stable One UI 3.0 beta for Galaxy Note 20 as the beta testing has ended a few days ago.
Samsung One UI 3.0 Beta Update for Galaxy Note 20 ends
Samsung in October started rolling out the Android 11 based One UI 3.0 beta to the Note 20 series and it has now been officially ended. This would mean that the testing is complete and the next likely update for the Note 20 devices will be a stable version of the One UI 3.0. TizenHelp has reported that the users already in beta are provided with a link to revert their software to the latest public release.
Galaxy S10 One UI 3.0 beta update commences
It doesn’t end there Samsung has now opened the official One UI 3.0 beta for the Galaxy S10 series which would mean that the One UI 3.0 is almost close to a final form. If you own an S10 series smartphone you can get a chance to be a beta tester by enrolling through the Samsung Members app. You might hurry as these updates are always limited to a few numbers of users. The beta update weighs in at around 2.5GB so you might want to have a faster internet connection.
Samsung One UI 3.0 Features
Like any other piece of software One UI also had some major improvements over the year. As of now the stable version of One UI is One UI 3.0.
With the One UI 3.0, a user would get to experience all the new amazing features of Android 11 along with the improvements and newly added features of One UI 3.0 including double-tapping an empty space in the home screen to lock the device, improved AOD (Always ON Display) and so much more.