Samsung launches the Android 11 beta with One UI 3.0 for Galaxy S20
Android 11 is finally official, with all its breath of fresh air. As anticipated by a handful of hours, for the first time the new version of the green robot is not intended only for Pixels but is also being distributed on the phones of other companies, even if they are still beta versions (while on the Pixel there is already the stable version). Among these could not miss Samsung, even if in the list provided yesterday the absence of the Seoul giant had made noise.
In fact, there was talk of Xiaomi, Oppo, OnePlus and Realme ready to release the eleventh version of the Google operating system in beta on some of their products. Many have wondered why Samsung wasn’t doing the same.
Not even 24 hours later, Samsung reassured all its fans, communicating the launch of the One UI 3.0 with the Android 11 Beta program, even if only for its flagship Galaxy S20 range and only for two countries.
The owners of the Galaxy Note 20 smartphones, the latest top of the range made official by the Asian company, are therefore a bit disappointed: to have Android 11 we will have to wait a little longer.
But there will be many who will fly over, as the South Korean company has promised 3 years of major updates for these devices. The method chosen by Samsung to distribute the new version of the operating system (together with One UI 3.0, ed) is the “early access”, and so far the interested users are only those of South Korea and the United States. The release is of particular interest to developers, who can thus test their applications on Android 11.