Did you know that you don’t need to purchase Samsung’s latest Galaxy S20 flagship smartphone to test the new One UI 3.0 beta operating system? The South Korean based tech giant has made the update available to download for Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra users as well. If you are out of the loop, then you should know that One UI 3.0 beta is based on Android 11 and that it comes with a slew of useful features.
One UI 3.0 Beta is Now Available for Galaxy Note 20
Even though the new operating system update is rolling out to Galaxy Note 20 users who are enrolled in the beta program, there are some requirements to access the update. You will need a Galaxy Note 20 or Galaxy Note 20 Ultra that is purchased from Sprint, T-Mobile, or is fully unlocked. In addition, you are required to sign up for Samsung’s Members App.
What’s New in the Update?
The question that all Samsung fans must be asking right now is what’s new? Is the update worth downloading? The answer is yes! One UI 3.0 Beta introduces multiple user-interface tweaks and a bundle of useful features. A large majority of the features are borrowed directly from Android 11. For example, a new feature introduces a dedicated section for chatting that shows up in the notification shade.
The biggest improvement that Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra users will notice after installing the update is the improvements to the operating system’s performances. Samsung is using the new update as an opportunity to expand wireless DeX support and add improvements for the SamsungThings app.
The last thing that we want to mention about the new update is that the official release is expected to roll out via OTA (over the air) channels by December. Therefore, all Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra users will be able to access the update without having to enroll in the beta program.