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Samsung One UI 3.0 beta is available to Galaxy Note 20 owners

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra rear panel


Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra rear panel

  • Samsung has made its UI 3.0 beta available for the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra.
  • You will need a locked, Sprint or T-Mobile device to try it out.
  • Registrations are available through the Members app.

You do not need to own a Galaxy S20 to test Samsung’s latest interface. One of Samsung’s UI is 3.0 beta Existing For the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, the taste of Android 11 is brought to the company’s pen-powered smartphones.

To test the One UI 3.0 beta you need the unlocked version of Sprint, T-Mobile or Galaxy Note 20. As before, you have to register through a banner in the Samsung Members app. As we write this, the company warns that it will “speed up” a more stable release, so you need to be patient if reliability (for beta) is important to you.

Related: Everything you need to know about one UI 2.5

The test release includes interface modifications as well as practical features. Some of them come directly from Android 11, which is like a dedicated part of the chat in your notification shadow. You can see the Samsung web browser, home and even lock screens and contacts.

There are enhancements to the ecosystem, such as expanded wireless DX support and Smart Things tie-in. It’s not certain if the Galaxy Note 20 will have any specific additions to the UI 3.0 beta, but Samsung did not mention anything in its announcement.

Samsung is already committed to releasing the polished version after November and it is expected to be unofficial by December. It doesn’t mention the devices that will get beta after the Galaxy Note 20, but there may be a long list when Samsung expands its updates to three years for most of its mid-range and high-end devices.

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