Samsung constantly tries to reach new heights when it comes to its smartphones, and one solid proof is the One UI 3.0 beta update that began rolling out for the Galaxy S20 series. Furthermore, the update extends itself to the Note 20 series as a public beta in the US.
One UI 3.0 brings a new design and various improvements like security tweaks, a cleaner long-press menu for app shortcuts, call background personalization, improved stock apps, and more.
Welcome, Android 11!
Just as everybody expected, the One UI 3.0 update brings a glimpse of the Android 11 operating system to the Galaxy Note 20 series. More precisely, the basic Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra will get it. You can download the update on your smartphone by using a Wi-Fi network.
One of the most exciting new features that Android 11 brings to smartphones is the screen recorder option. This functionality allows the user to video record his screen just like he can do on his computer. You are free to record gameplay from your Android phone, record a conference via Skype/Zoom, and a lot more. However, surely the feature won’t make everyone happy. Intimacy has become significantly less prevalent in recent years, which means that you must act very precautious before engaging in a video or voice call. As you’ve already guessed, Android 11 is the normal progression after the Android 10 operating system that arrived last year in September.
Those Americans who have the right devices and are willing to get their hands on the update will have to get enrolled in the public beta program through the Samsung Members app as they tap on the banner for One UI Beta Program.