Samsung has started rolling out OneUI 3.0 update based on Android 11 to its latest flagship Galaxy S20 series. The company has started rolling out the latest update to the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G in the US. The new update is currently rolling out to the Verizon-sold versions of the three S20 models. Verizon has published the documentation on the Android 11 update for the Galaxy S20 series. Let’s take a closer look at the latest Android 11 update rolled by Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy S20 series get OneUI 3.0 update
The official changelog reveals that the smartphones got the November 2020 security patch. The new software update brings the latest Android 11 features including Conversations, Bubbles, Categorized Notifications, and more on top of the other One UI 3.0 changes. The update also brings some privacy controls like one-time permissions for different apps. The update also brings permissions auto-reset. With this, the OS will reset permission of the unused apps. Verizon has also posted some screenshots of the OneUI 3.0, which you can see below.
With this, Samsung has finally started rolling out OneUI 3.0 update to its flagship Galaxy S20 series in the US. However, there is no information when the other regions will get the new Android 11 update. The company has already revealed its timeline for rolling out Android 11 update to its range of smartphones. The Galaxy Flip and Fold series will start receiving the update from January 2021 followed by Galaxy Note series and older Galaxy S10 series.
The Galaxy A-series and Galaxy M-series will start getting the update from March 2021. Devices such as Galaxy S10e, Galaxy M30, and Galaxy M20 are missing from the list which is a bit disappointing. Though, it might also be due to the unavailability of the devices in the region. We should wait for some time to see if Samsung has a plan to update these devices to Android 11.