Samsung has started rolling out its One UI 3.0 update to older devices, beginning with the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus, according to SamMobile. The update brings Android 11-specific feature changes and some visual and interface adjustments to the smartphones.
The rollout is only arriving on 2019 Note 10 devices in Germany, Spain, and Switzerland for now. However, the company is expected to roll out a wider release sometime in 2021.
Samsung had begun beta testing the One UI 3.0 after the release of Android 11 earlier in the year. The feature had been at various stages of availability in different smartphones in different regions.
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In the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus, the beta has been available in beta since October 2020. Earlier in December 2020, Samsung began rolling out the update officially to its Galaxy S20 lineup. It plans to bring the update to its foldable lineup and it’s 2019 devices in the “coming weeks”. Updates for the Galaxy A series will also arrive in the first half of 2021
One UI 3.0 brings visual adjustments to Samsung’s existing user interface. The Menus and widgets now have a frosty, translucent background, as opposed to the grayish look they had previously.
Samsung also added some richer lock screen widgets and a redesigned volume menu. The company says animations should be smoother, and camera autofocus should be faster with the update.
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