Samsung has just released the latest public beta version of its OS called One UI 3.0 based on Android 11 recently.
You can still install this only on Galaxy S20 series devices in Korea and the USA. There are many new features with the new samsung’s one UI 3.0 Based On Android 11
Samsung has updated it’s Malaysian website to highlight some of the biggest new features coming with One UI 3.0, which the company said will launch in November.
Today we are going to discuss about the new Features of samsung’s One UI 3.0
New features of one ui 3.0 public beta
You know that an official stable version will add more features in the future than the beta ones. However, the basic look here is very similar to the One UI 2.5. Here are some new features that have been added to it.
Home ScreenIt is now possible to add widgets to the home screen by touching and holding the App icon.
One UI 3.0 now has the ability to turn off the screen by double-tapping on the home screen that has been in third-party launchers for a long time.
Many more categories have been added to the existing Dynamic Lock Screen. You can also select more than one category at a time.
Updated the look of lock screen widgets.
Media Controls, a major change from Android 11, is now part of quick settings, and Samsung has set aside a separate section for it. It is now possible to control many Bluetooth speakers/devices at once.
There is also a separate section for messaging notifications, to easily view the chats of many apps in one place.
Contacts & Phone
Provides the facility to delete many contacts at once. The search feature has also been updated.
Phone / Call background
You have the ability to change the Call Screen to the images/videos as you want.
Recycle Bin facility has now been added for Messages as well.
Usage ‘Trends’ feature has been added to the phone usage report. Now you can compare this week’s reports with previous weeks.
Lockscreen has a widget for screen time.
The time used by the phone while driving is now added to the report.
Two separate profiles have been added for Personal and Work modes.
Improved Auto-Focus and Auto-Exposure.
Zoom in Night Mode now offers a higher level of stabilization.
Now edited images can be restored.
Vertical volume sliders already provided by the Samsung Sound Assistant app are now part of the OS
Now it is easy to group the routines created by the OS and create your own routines. When the routine is over, you can see the reversed settings.
Several new conditions and actions have been added (such as when a call comes in from a number, when Bluetooth / Wi-Fi disconnected, etc.).
You can set an icon for a routine and add it to the lock screen.
Always On Display
AOD widgets have also been updated
Accessibility settings menu One UI can now easily set up and offer recommended accessibility features for your use.
Also added many new features for apps like Calendar, Samsung Keyboard, Samsung Internet, Samsung Dex. Many of them are improvements of their own.
Animations of samsung’s one ui 3.0
Screenshots of One UI 3.0
Samsung devices that get One UI 3.0
Samsung has not yet released an official list. But compared to previous releases, models released within the last 2 years should receive the One UI 3.0 stable update.
If you look at it that way, you can get a stable update to this list of devices.
- Samsung Galaxy S / Note series:
- Galaxy Note 20
- Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G
- Galaxy Z Fold 2
- Galaxy Flip 5G
- Galaxy Tab S7
- Galaxy Tab S7 + Galaxy S20
- Galaxy S20 5G
- Galaxy S20 + Galaxy S20 + 5GGalaxy S20 Ultra
- Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G
- Galaxy 10GGalax ZG 5G
- Galaxy Note 10
- Galaxy Note 10 5G
- Galaxy S10e
- Galaxy S10 + Galaxy S10
- Galaxy S10 5G
- Galaxy Note 10 Lite
- Galaxy S10 Lite
- Samsung Galaxy A series:
- Galaxy A51
- Galaxy A51 5G
- Galaxy A71
- Galaxy A71 5G
- Galaxy A50
- Galaxy A50s
- Galaxy A70
- Galaxy A70s
- Galaxy A60
- Galaxy A80
- Galaxy A8s
- Galaxy A90 5G
- Galaxy A01
- Galaxy A10
- Galaxy A10e
- Galaxy A10s
- Galaxy A11
- Galaxy A20
- Galaxy A20e
- Galaxy A20s
- Galaxy A21
- Galaxy A21s
- Galaxy A30
- Galaxy A30s
- Galaxy A31
- Galaxy A40
- Galaxy A41
- Samsung Galaxy M series:
- Galaxy M51
- Galaxy M40
- Galaxy M31s
- Galaxy M31
- Galaxy M30s
- Galaxy M21
- Galaxy M11
- Galaxy M01
- Galaxy M01s
- You can also expect this update to be pre-installed for the upcoming Galaxy F series.
Samsung has not yet announced a specific date as it is still in its first beta. But before the end of this year, the flagship models will definitely be released.
Samsung has affirmed on its site (in fine print) that the steady form of One UI 3.0 will be accessible from November 2020 onwards. In any case, only one out of every odd gadget, nation, or transporter will get the update simultaneously.
Some US Galaxy S20 clients have now detailed seeing the One UI 3.0 public beta update on their gadgets through the Samsung Pay and Samsung Members applications. This recommends that a more extensive rollout might be practically around the bend. In view of this, you can hope to get your hands on One UI 3.0 by December.
The update should turn out first to the Galaxy S20 and Note 20 leaders. The update should likewise hit the Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Tab S7 arrangement, and the Galaxy Z Fold 2. An assortment of Samsung gadgets are presently qualified for a very long time of Android form refreshes, going from 2019 leads and higher to a few Galaxy An arrangement telephones. So you can wager that these gadgets will likewise be on the rundown.
We will inform you about this as soon as Samsung issues an official statement. Until then, follow us on social media, subscribe to our newsletters