Samsung seems to be on top of its software game this year as the smartphone maker is already ahead of its schedule. For the last couple of months, the chaebol has been extensively pushing its One UI 3.0 beta program to various Galaxy devices. Not only this, Samsung even promised to roll out the Android 11 stable update to its Galaxy S20 trio by the end of this year.
Samsung managed to surprise everyone by rolling out the One UI 3.0 Android 11 stable update to the flagship lineup in various markets. Last week, the Galaxy S20 users in the US and Europe started receiving the stable Android 11 update. Of course, not everyone was lucky enough to get their hands on the new update in their region. Well, that changes now.
The South Korean giant is now rolling out the Android 11 One UI 3.0 update to the masses. Various users from all over the globe are now reporting the same.
Galaxy S20 gets Android 11 One UI 3.0 update in more markets!
Samsung has now started rolling out the Android 11 update in various markets namely India, Vietnam, Israel, Pakistan, Turkey, Ukraine, and many more. To top things off, even the T-Mobile version of the smartphone is getting the update notification in the United States.
Considering today’s rollout pattern, it looks like Samsung is prioritizing those markets where it kickstarted its One UI 3.0 beta program. This means that the remaining regions will soon get the update as well in the coming days. With that say, it is safe to say the Android 11 update has now officially gone global.
Here’s what the update brings to the table!
You already know that Android 11 based on One UI 3.0 is the company’s major update of the year. This means it brings plenty of new additions and improvements to the table. Of course, we would not be able to talk about each one of them right now. If you’re wondering about the key highlights of the new update, then keep reading on.
The all-new One UI 3.0 brings a few changes in the visual aspects of the software. The new update also claims to improve the overall performance by using enhanced dynamic memory allocation. The third iteration adds more customization layers to the experience such as a background call screen, widgets in lock screen, improved Bixby Routines, and more.
There are tons of other additions and improvements as well and we will try to list the key ones separately pretty soon.