Samsung is busy perfecting it’s latest One UI 3.0 based on Android 11 with the beta program. The company, despite encountering several bugs, is on course to launch the stable build as soon as possible. And it might start tomorrow as a report says a stable version for Galaxy S20 is coming on December 3.
the Samsung support team has reportedly said that Samsung Galaxy S20 will get the stable version of One UI 3.0 based on Android 11 tomorrow i.e December 3. Accordingly, a screenshot shared by the report shows an alleged reply of a Samsung representative to a Korean user.
It says(Google Translated) that the schedule is on December 3 but information regarding this will appear on Samsung Members App. For the unware, Samsung is currently running a Beta program for the One UI 3.0. To try out the features, users will have to signup for it on the above-mentioned app under ‘One UI‘ banner. Coming back, the reply also includes a disclaimer that the update schedule may change even after the rollout. That is, it might get suspended if a bug is encountered.
This is understandable considering its Beta program hasn’t been that smooth, to say the least. After testing the One UI 3.0 Beta with developers, Samsung kicked off the program for users of Galaxy S20 and followed it up with various flagships including the yesteryear Galaxy S10. Although the company was right on track, it encountered issues like battery drain, lock-screen bug.
However, after overcoming the issues, it has reportedly stopped Beta updates for S20, and Note 20 series already in South Korea. This further strengthens that stable update isn’t that far away. That said, as the report states, the reply is for a community member in South Korea.
This suggests that just like every OTA update, Samsung could initially release it in South Korea before expanding to other regions. Let’s wait and see if this turns out true tomorrow.