Android 11 was released on September 8 and since then, OEMs are catching up with its beta and stable updates. Samsung which wasn’t a part of the Android 11 developer previews program, has stepped up its Android update games with the various beta updates on-board OneUI 3.0 which is based on Android 11. Perhaps, the OneUI 3.0 is almost ready for its Public Beta and you could be a part of early access as soon as it is available.
Samsung has delivered a couple of beta updates on its Galaxy S20 and Note 20 lineup enhancing the experience with each consecutive update. Samsung has over 90+ models that are expected to get OneUI 3.0 update with Samsung Galaxy S20 & Note 20 at the forefront. Both Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and S10 series joining the wagon soon. Now that the Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 Public Beta is right around the corner. Here’s how you can apply for its early access before anyone else can get their hands on the latest Android 11 update.
How To Get Early Exclusive Access to Samsung OneUI 3.0 based on Android 11 Public Beta?
- First, open the Samsung Members app on your Samsung device. If you don’t have it, download it from Google Play Store.
- Click on the OneUI Notice section of the Samsung Members app.
- Tap on “Registration of OneUI Beta Program” and fill out the form with details as asked and submit it.
- Go to Settings >> Software Update >> Download updates manually.
How To Get Early Exclusive Access to Samsung OneUI 3.0 Public Beta via Samsung Pay?
The Samsung Pay app on your device also has a shortcut to register for early access. Here’s how you can apply via the Samsung Pay app.
- Go to the Samsung Pay app on your phone.
- You will get the banner for OneUI 3.0 public beta registration either right away or after scrolling through the carousel.
- Tap on the banner and it will redirect you to the Samsung Members app.
Samsung OneUI 3.0 (Android 11) Features
Samsung OneUI 3.0 offers a tonne of features. It has some major user interface changes than its predecessor. It includes an overhauled notification shade, tweaks to the lock screen, and volume controls. OneUI 3.0 offers a double tap to turn off, a dynamic lock screen, and more on-board.
Its vivid list of features includes an improved Single Take, auto-exposure and auto-focus, high zoom levels, and stabilization. Users can tweak the background of the call screen. OneUI 3.0 has a tonne of built-in widgets for anything and everything. A Bubbles notification enables replying and retracted floating chat icons just like Facebook Messenger.