Samsung is recruiting beta testers in the U.S. for the Galaxy Note 20’s One UI 3.0 (Android 11) update
Samsung kicked off the One UI 3.0 developer beta program for the Galaxy S20 series back in August. Later on, the company started offering public beta builds of its Android 11-based custom software to Galaxy S20 users in South Korea, the United States, Germany, and earlier today, the UK. While the stable version of the update has yet to land on any of these devices, the company is now recruiting testers in the U.S. for the One UI 3.0 public beta program for the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
Today, a Community Manager for Samsung announced the One UI 3.0 beta registration on Samsung’s community forums. While the announcement does not highlight any of the new features and improvements that will be included in the update, we expect the build won’t be too different from the one that’s already available for the Galaxy S20 series. If you have the Galaxy Note 20 or Galaxy Note 20 Ultra on Sprint, T-Mobile, or unlocked through Samsung, you can register now for the beta by opening the Samsung Members app and then tapping on the banner up top.
The first One UI 3.0 public beta build, based on Android 11, is not yet rolling out for Samsung Galaxy Note 20 users in the U.S, but once it does roll out, we’ll let you know.
We expect the beta program to expand to other regions in the next couple of days. Keep an eye on the XDA forums to see if anyone manages to grab OTA download links.