U.S. unlocked Samsung Galaxy S10 series One UI 3.0 (Android 11) beta update goes live
Samsung has been working on its One UI 3.0 (Android 11) update for quite some time and the Galaxy S10 series is also slated to receive the same.
It was reported back in early October that the One UI 3.0 public beta version was almost ready for the Galaxy S10 series.
However, only the Exynos variants of the Galaxy S10 series got the One UI 3.0 beta update by November-end and there was no sign of the same update in the U.S.
Now, the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 public beta update is finally live for the unlocked Galaxy S10 series devices in the U.S.
There are multiple reports on online platforms like Twitter, Reddit, and Samsung Community which clearly shows that users of the Galaxy S10 series devices are getting the latest OS update.
While there has been no announcements on the matter from the OEM, the shared reports clearly indicate that the much awaited update is indeed out.
So, if you are a member of Samsung’s One UI beta program, you can grab the latest OS update for your Galaxy S10 series device.
The said update offers a bunch of changes and improvements along with the latest December security patch weighing close to 2GB in size.
The Galaxy S10 series is also among those Samsung devices that are slated for three Android OS updates along with several Galaxy A series devices.
It is good to see that Samsung is steadily inching towards fulfilling its promise of providing three Android OS updates to its devices.
That said, we will keep tracking the development of One UI 3.0 and will provide more details once new information becomes available.
In the meantime, you can check out our Samsung Android 11 (One UI 3.0) update tracker to get the latest updates on the topic.
Also, we have curated a consolidated Android 11 update tracker for all major OEMs and carriers so be sure to go through it as well.
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