One UI 3 It is on its way to a large number of Samsung phones and tablets starting with the most modern (and high-end) of the company. Shortly before the stable update officially begins Samsung has released screenshots and details what the new One UI 3 brings. Full-screen video calling, new ways to personalize, and more.
The next big update to the Samsung Galaxy has started in the Samsung Galaxy S20 Y Samsung Galaxy Note 20 with a beta that is available in very specific countriesNot in Spain at the moment. With this update comes Android 11 and a remarkable amount of novelties for the custom cape, both aesthetic and new options. We knew of some thanks to the leak and the first users, but we did not know official details from Samsung. Now the company has updated the One UI website to show some of those new features.
One UI 3 is expected to arrive from November
As we said, the beta with Android 11 and One UI 3 is being deployed to the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Samsung Galaxy Note 20. With arrival in different countries progressively (it is to be expected that we also have the beta in Spain), One UI 3 would not be that far from the stable version according to Samsung itself: the first date for updates is November 2020. This is how the company details it in the One UI website.
We already knew all the details of One UI 3.0 thanks to the first beta that came to the Samsung galaxy S20. Now Samsung has shown official details of some of the new features included:
- Redesign of the notification area and quick actions menu.
- The lock screen adapts its design to the large cards also present in the notification area. Widgets are improved.
- Samsung includes 10 categories of wallpapers for the ‘Dynamic Lock Screen’ option.
- Tablet and Galaxy Fold multitasking improvements. The ‘Multi-Active Window’ allows greater management options for up to three simultaneous applications.
- Full screen video calling. These are compatible with AR Emojis.
If you want to try One UI 3, and you have a Galaxy S20 or Galaxy Note 20, we recommend that periodically check the Samsung Members app to find out if your phone already supports beta. As for the stable version, this will begin to arrive, at least in anticipation, from this November; and it will surely last until mid-2021 to cover the entire catalog of mobile phones compatible with the update.
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