First look at Samsung’s Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update

Android 11 has arrived, which means that Samsung’s custom One UI skin is also due to an update to include Google’s latest software, One UI 3.0, which the company has introduced as a “pre-beta” for selected developers in the US and South Korea. “Has started rolling out. “Beyond a large public beta test.

Initial screenshot received by XDA-Developers, Give us a good look at what changes we can expect in the update, including a mix of new features that will be added to the OS-level thanks to Samsung-twin and enhancements as well as Android 11 Have been. Android police The full changelog has been posted for the update, which gives a comprehensive overview of what to expect.

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Visually, a UI 3.0 looks similar to the current One UI 2.5, although a bunch of new features and gestures have been added to it. For example, you can now touch an app on your home screen and see all the widgets that can be added for that app (instead of navigating from the normal widget menu) as well as on your home screen Double-tap Turn off your display. Many types of DX have improvements, a new volume slider UI, and enhancements to the Bixby routine. It is like new chat bubbles and updated media player apart from Android 11.

Right now, Samsung is offering only one UI 3.0 – and therefore, Android 11 for the Galaxy S20 lineup (which includes the S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra) – though the finished product is once a wide range of devices Must be available on the series. This leaves the beta. The public beta will be available in China, Germany, India, Poland, South Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States, although Samsung is yet to announce a release date.