Samsung Rolls Out The Stable One UI 3.0 With Android 11
Samsung has finally started rolling out the stable version of its One UI 3.0. According to reports, the company, which has been running a Beta program so far, has started rolling the stable update in Europe, and the USA.
Sammobile has reported that Samsung has started rolling out the One UI 3.0Â stable update for theÂ Galaxy S20Â series inÂ Europe, and theÂ USA (Verizon Carrier version). Further, a screenshot shared by the report shows a firmware versionÂ G98xxXXU5CTKGÂ for EuropeÂ and weighs 179.82MB. Accordingly, the update brings One UI 3.0 based onÂ Android 11, along with December 1, 2020 security patch.
Although Samsung is yet to acknowledge this, it is reportedly rolling out in Germany, France, Italy, Poland, the United Kingdom, and Nordic countries. in case you are not aware, five Nordic countries include Finland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Iceland. Anyway, as reported earlier, the company is certainly living up to the promise of sticking to the schedule of One UI 3.0.
Besides, the changelog of the European firmware says the device gets improved performance to Camera, stability improvements, and fixes. That said, the USA update forÂ Galaxy S20,Â S20+,Â S20 UltraÂ as per the VerizonÂ websiteÂ mentions the following changelog:
- Software Version: RP1A.200720.012.G981VSQU1ZTHK(Galaxy S20 5G)
- Whatâ€™s New: Android 11- Conversations, Bubbles, Categorized notifications, One UI 3.0
- One UI 3.0- improvements to Quick Panel, Toolbars, Notifications, settings, and more.
Additionally, the changelog on the Verizon website says that the security patch is November 2020, unlike Europe. Nevertheless, the stable update is here and we can expect it to expand to other regions very soon.
You can also check the entire features of One UI 3.0 hereÂ to know what changes it brings to the devices.
Also, if Samsung were to stick to the schedule as mentioned above, the next lineup for One UI 3.0 stable rollout in January are GalaxyÂ Note20 series,Â Z Flip,Â Fold2,Â Galaxy S10 series, andÂ Note 10 Series. Letâ€™s wait and see if Samsung is able to carry the moment going forward.