The new version of Android, Android 11, has been with us officially for a little over a month now.
While a few users have already managed to bag this build on their devices officially, many OEMs are currently struggling to deliver test builds to eligible devices.
We have a dedicated Android 11 tracker to keep tabs on this new version of Android. If you’re lucky, chances are that there is an unofficial build of Android 11 already available for your device, courtesy of the Android developer community.
Samsung is doing pretty well as far as development for its Android 11-based One UI 3.0 is concerned.
Already, the company is undertaking Public Beta programs for its flagship Galaxy S20 series of devices in a couple of regions. More on that in our dedicated One UI 3.0 tracker.
In early October, we saw reports that suggested that the public Beta build for Android 11-based One UI 3.0 for the Galaxy Note 10+ devices was almost ready. More on that here.
Well, today, it turns out that the Korean tech giant could already be testing out Android 11 on the Exynos variant of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
In a screenshot from the CheckFirm app, a tool used to check Samsung devices’ official or test firmware information in a matter of seconds, a new build dated October 23 based on Android 11 was spotted.
The test build has been reported for the Galaxy Note 10+ (SM-N975F) in southeast Europe. We still don’t know about Samsung’s plans for the other regions.
It is worth noting that usually, Samsung ships its Snapdragon-equipped flagship devices to China and the U.S. The rest of the world (Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa, and so on) gets the Exynos variants.
We shall remain on top of this story and update as and when we get more details. You might, therefore, want to stay tuned to our dedicated One UI 3.0 tracker.
NOTE: We have these and many more Samsung stories in our dedicated Samsung section.
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