AT&T Samsung Galaxy S10 series One UI 3.0 (Android 11) update rolling out
Samsung has been doing a fine job with the rollout of Android 11 to eligible devices from its portfolio. For the most part, the company has released One UI 3.0 for devices ahead of its official schedule.
Most recently, Samsung released One UI 3.0 for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite, Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, and the Galaxy Fold 5G to name a few.
Android 11 with One UI 3.0 was also released for the Samsung Galaxy S10 earlier this month, however, the update was pulled around a week ago and was only resumed yesterday as it went live in Switerzland.
Now, fresh reports indicate that AT&T has also started rolling out the much-awaited One UI 3.0 update for the Samsung Galaxy S10 series in the U.S.
Several users have taken to social platforms such as Twitter and Reddit to confirm the arrival of the latest Android version on their devices.
And thanks to a Redditor who goes by the username –lolwutroflwaffle–, we’ve got our hands on a screenshot of the Software information page of the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S10+ with Android 11 installed.
The One UI 3.0 update is rolling out with the build number FTLN and should be available as an OTA update to all Samsung Galaxy S10 models from AT&T soon if it isn’t already.
As expected, it brings along a boatload of new features and improvements to the device including the revamped user interface.
At the time of writing, AT&T has not updated its software updates page with the information about the release of Android 11 or One UI 3.0 for the Samsung Galaxy S10 series.
That said, Samsung Galaxy S10 users now have yet another software update to look forward to since the South Korean giant is expected to release the One UI 3.1 skin to the S10 and Note 10 series in March.
To know more about the status and availability of Android 11 with One UI 3.0 on top for all eligible devices from Samsung, you can check out our dedicated tracker.
Further, you can head to our consolidated tracker to be informed on all the latest developments regarding Android 11 for AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint devices.
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