Samsung has made OneUI 3.0 Public Beta with Android 11 available for users of the Galaxy S20 series in South Korea but for limited users and also added that it will increase this limit in the further coming days. Hence as per the latest update, any Samsung Galaxy S20 series user can avail to this OneUI 3.0 Beta with Android 11.
Eligible devices and registration process:-
However, this OneUI 3.0 public beta program is currently limited to the Galaxy S20 series. This could be extended to Note 20 series smartphones and other devices also in the upcoming days. But at present, the eligible devices in South Korea are S20/S20+/S20 Ultra with carriers KT, SKT, LGU+, and Unlocked. So in order to register for this program, users are required to download the Samsung Members App. Then click on the “Signup for OneUI beta Program” option. Note that you should have a Samsung account for the successful registration of this program. Soon after the registration is completed, users can install the beta. By going to settings and then head to software update and then click on the download and install button.
Additional Information about this new update:-
Apart from this, a recently released changelog of this new version indicates that the new UI will have its own significant improvements. Apart from the Android 11 features. The improvements include Bixby routine, Contacts, Digital wellbeing, revamp of Home, Accessibility, Lock screen, revamped screenshots, and AOD features. Also, this OneUI 3.0 public beta program with Android 11 is reportedly coming to the USA, UK, Poland, China, Germany, and India soon. Apart from the Galaxy S20 series, it is expected that the Galaxy S20 FE and Galaxy S10 series may also get this program. There is no official information about this.
So it is highly recommended to take a backup of all your data before installing this. If you face any error or problem during the installation, you can simply recover the older firmware by visiting a service center. Note that certain apps like RAKBANK Digital Banking, GOM Audio, Organizing Tasks, and some other apps won’t run after installing this beta.