When it comes to software updates, Samsung has improved its game over the last couple of years. The brand moved towards its refined One UI custom skin and since then, hasn’t looked back. The currently ongoing One UI 3.0 beta program makes it clear that Samsung is eager to release Android 11 stable. The chaebol has already promised Galaxy S20 owners that the update will roll out by the end of this year. Well, it looks like the same is the case for the Galaxy Note 20 owners.
Samsung closes the One UI 3.0 beta program of the Galaxy Note 20 series!
According to the recent development, the Galaxy Note 20 is just a step away from its public Android 11 One UI 3.0 release. The South Korean giant has now closed the One UI 3.0 beta program for the lineup in its homeland. To recall, the brand kickstarted the One UI 3.0 beta program for the lineup last month. Since then, it has rolled out numerous patch updates fixing bugs and making the software more stable along the way.
With the beta program closed, it is safe to say that the brand is now preparing for the stable release of the Android 11 software. In fact, according to a forum moderator, the stable One UI 3.0 software is close to completion. Samsung might soon send the program closure message to the testers. It is worth noting that there is no concrete date as to when the stable release will go live.
While the beta program is closed in South Korea, the same is not the case for other countries. The series in other regions will continue to receive beta updates. The lineup might be lacking one or two beta updates before the program gets closed in other regions as well.
Samsung is ahead of the schedule and that’s a good thing!
Samsung promised to roll out the stable One UI 3.0 update to the Galaxy S20 series by the end of this year. Well, it looks like the company is ahead of its schedule and we might see the stable hitting to users in early December. Throughout the ongoing beta program, Samsung has been quite aggressive. It was evident when the brand rolled out tons of patch updates to the Galaxy S20 in a frequent manner. With that said, Samsung seems to be on the right track when it comes to software updates and that indeed is a good thing for users out there.