Samsung One UI 3 Beta
Yesterday evening, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 series and Z Fold 2 debuted as promised, the hardware is there and it’s top of the line, so the next thing to be updated is the software.
According to the media XDA report, Samsung’s operating system Samsung OneUI 3 developer testing program will be based on the Android 11 system, is a closed testing phase, will not be open to most users, and need to get Samsung’s approval application before you can participate.
Samsung is currently working with partner developers in South Korea and the U.S. who meet certain qualifications in a “pre-beta” phase of One UI 3, with eligibility limited to developers who wish to test compatibility with select service providers and select device models in the Galaxy S20 series (S20/S20+/S20 Ultra LTE/5G).
The pre-beta firmware is not yet available, but Samsung is inviting interested parties to apply as partner developers. These developers will be the first to be informed once the first beta is available. Once the software is relatively stable, Samsung’s public beta will be made available to more users.
Users in China, Germany, India, Poland, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States will be able to sign up for the One UI Beta program in the coming months. Samsung is improving its system updates: and its security patches are updated faster than Google, and the new Galaxy Note20 series will offer three major Android version upgrades.