Samsung launches the beta version of the One UI 3.0 interface...

Samsung launches the beta version of the One UI 3.0 interface...
Samsung launches the beta version of the One UI 3.0 interface...

Company issued Samsung For all its smartphone users, the public beta of One UI 3.0 (the manufacturer-owned interface based on Android 11), the announcement comes less than a month after the developer launched the beta version.

Earlier, the public beta version of One UI 3.0 was limited to the Galaxy S20 series phones, which includes phones (Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra) without the new Galaxy S20 FE.

Previously, a beta version of the program was available to developers in the United States and South Korea, who use the Galaxy S20 series smartphones.

Starting today, the One UI 3.0 interface has become available to all regular users of the Galaxy S20 smartphones in South Korea, and within a few days, the geography of distribution will be expanded to include other countries.

Reports indicate that users of Galaxy Note 20 phones will also be able to participate in the process of testing the new interface, but owners of the Galaxy S20 FE will not be able to use it.

According to SamMobile reports, the Samsung One UI 3.0 update includes many new features, in addition to Android 11 features, along with many new features and improvements in Samsung’s user interface design.

In the coming days, Samsung will launch the One UI 3.0 beta for users in the US, UK, Poland, Germany, China and India.

It is possible that the Korean manufacturer will later release a beta version in other regions, in addition to expanding the list of smart phone models that can participate in the test, and it is assumed that One UI 3.0 will also be available for the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 smartphones.

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