Recently Samsung has showcased the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series. The company has also announced the One UI 3.0 Beta update based on Android 11 for its Samsung Galaxy S20 series devices that includes Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. Samsung has also officially promised to keep pushing the Android OS update for three years to its flagship devices starting from the Galaxy S10 series or above with the latest security updates as well.
Last year, Samsung has released the One UI 2.0 beta program based on Android 10 for its Galaxy S10 series. Following the trend, this year it was already expected that the Galaxy S20 lineup users will get lucky enough to receive or become eligible to participate in the Android 11 beta program.
As the 2nd Android 11 public beta build is currently available for the eligible Pixel series devices and Project Treble devices at the time of writing this article, most of the OEMs are trying to get enlisted their eligible devices as well.
It’s needless to say that Samsung is one of them and it’s expected to become available widely in the upcoming days. As of now, the One UI 3.0 Beta program for the Galaxy S20 lineup is limited to South Korea, and not all the users are lucky enough to participate in this program. So, the interested users may have to wait further until the Android 11 official stable version releases in the next month by Google.
Till then, the Android 11 beta program (One UI 3.0) for the Galaxy S20 series will be limited for a few testers. We can also expect that the beta update program would be available for China, Germany, India, Poland, the UK regions later. However, there is no official word mentioned by Samsung yet. Keep looking at this blog for more info.