Samsung has started rolling out an Android 11 beta in some countries. With that, a new version of the One UI shell is also launched. Thus, the first Samsung One UI 3.0 screenshots appeared and you can check them here.
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Samsung One UI 3.0-screenshots
Android 11 has been officially announced and manufacturers are also gradually announcing their update plans. However, many manufacturers still have to tinker with their own shell that they put over Android. Similarly, Samsung, the maker of One UI. Different appliances with Android 10 now have the One UI 2.5 shell on board.
Many Samsung devices get the update to One UI 3.0, which is based on Android 11. The new Android version is already being tested in America and South Korea, among others. Several websites including Sammobile, have already shared screenshots of the software.
Compared to the One UI 2.5 shell, the experiences can often be called subtle. When you open the quick settings, the background will be somewhat blurred. The screen with recent apps also looks slightly different, with the most recent apps displayed largest.
Users do report various bugs of this testing software. For example, the widget to control music and other media does not work properly and completely.
What’s New with the One UI 3.0 Update?
Much more has been adapted in the new software layer from Samsung. In the changelog a whole list of innovations has been mentioned. For example, the autofocus of the Samsung S20 and Bixby gets smarter. With the help of routines for that smart assistant from Samsung, you can perform multiple actions in succession even faster.
Work has also been done on various applications, their appearance and functions. The contacts, phone and calendar app, among other things, have been updated. The own browser is also provided with new possibilities. Other innovations in One UI 3.0 can be found for the always on display and Samsung DeX. This allows you to connect wired or wireless equipment to your smartphone. This way you can get started on an external screen or enter text with a physical keyboard, making you work much more effectively.
For the time being, the new software is limited available to some users in South Korea and America. Samsung itself has also disclosed more about it update policies of many of its devices. Do you not have a Samsung device, but are you curious if your device will get Android 11? Then check us out Android 11 update overview, which we update regularly.