Samsung participated in the Android 11 beta party late, but Samsung has been revising its flagship phone with the One UI 3 beta in recent weeks. The company has broadcast three beta versions of custom Android skins based on the latest version of Android.
According to the company, they will launch a stable version of One UI 3 from November this year or later. As always, over-the-air updates can take weeks (sometimes even months) to reach the world.
The company is expected to start its Android 11 update roadmap with the latest flagship series of phones under the Galaxy S and Note brands. Samsung is currently testing Android 11 beta on Galaxy Note 20 and S20 series phones in certain countries/regions.
Some of the key features of One UI 3.0 include the redesigned quick panel and notification shadow, as well as Android 11-style media control widgets, the dynamic lock screen now selects from 10 different image categories, and customization with the Good Lock app More ways for mobile phones.
In a post detailing the major changes in One UI 3, Samsung also mentioned the new features of its first foldable phone, the Galaxy Fold, such as the Dual Preview and Camera Preview already available on the Galaxy Z Fold 2.
However, the availability of certain UI 3 features, applications and services may vary by device, country/region, region, and carrier.