South Korean tech giant Samsung has announced its first public beta of UI 3.0 based on Android 11.Android 11 was launched a month ago in the wake of adhering to the beta procedure for some months. Samsung was late to the beta party, however it has now opened its first open beta for users.
For Samsung users, Android 11 highlights will be joined in the up and coming One UI 3.0 update. One UI 3.0 incorporates all the new highlights accessible in Android 11, and other OEM explicit highlights Samsung wanted to remember for the custom ROM.
Like the main shut beta declared in August, the public rendition is just accessible on flagship. What’s more, for the time being, it’s just the most recent S series flagship, including the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra.
As for now the public beta is only available in the US and South Korea for now. To hop into the public beta, users have to sign in via the Samsung Members app.
SamMobile claims the beta will soon ship to China, Germany, India, Poland, and the United Kingdom. Yes, Africa isn’t on that map for now.
The One UI 3.0 update incorporates a range of new features, including minor UI tweaks and slight upgrades for general performance improvement
New Features In Samsung One UI 3.0 Based On Android 11
- Camera – Improved the functionality and usability of auto-focus and auto-exposure. Also, One UI 3 brings improved stabilization when taking pictures of the moon at high zoom levels.
- Photo Editor – New option to revert edited picture to the original
- Bixby Routines – new conditions and actions added. You can also group preset routines easily.
- Reminder – Improved layout for full-screen alerts
- Messages – Trash bin added to allow restoration of deleted messages
- Contacts & Phone – Enhanced search experience and you can now easily find and delete duplicate contacts
- DeX – Added with new touchpad multi-gestures and support for wireless connection with supported TVs
Samsung has also improved accessibility, dynamic lock screen, the home screen, Always On Display, Quick Panel, Samsung Keyboard, and more