According to XDA, Samsung announced this morning that it is opening a beta version of One UI 3.0 based on Android 11 for Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 + and Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G. To be accepted into the programmer’s program, you must apply and apply for a partnership permit. Samsung will approve the applications on a case-by-case basis. Currently in pre-beta, this is just a fantastic way to call the current iteration of the program a closed beta. To request a partnership permission to install a developer beta, go to the One UI Beta Program website and scroll to the bottom. You will find a button labeled “Apply for a partnership”.
Currently, the pre-beta is only available for US and Korean Galaxy S20 devices. In the states, only unlocked and T-Mobile / Sprint models can participate in the program, while all models in Korea are supported. After Samsung moves to the public beta period, support will become available to Galaxy S20 users in China, Germany, India, Poland, the Republic of Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States (in alphabetical order). Until Sami says when the public beta will begin, there really will be.
In addition to the latest version of Android (Android 11), the beta program of Android “R” will include One UI 3.0 beta version of Samsung. This is the manufacturer’s own user interface, designed to support all interface elements in the lower third of the display. This protects users from finger cramps created when they are forced to stretch their numbers in an attempt to reach the top of the screen.
The pre-beta version of Android 11 One UI 3.0 is being created by Samsung for the Galaxy S20 family
The Android 11 beta program for the Galaxy S20 series arrives earlier than in previous years, which is something that Galaxy users are happy with. In the past, Samsung has been criticized for simply targeting its beta program for the latest version of Android for weeks after Google released the final version of the latest version of Android. For example, the final version of Android 10 was released on September 3, 2019. A month later, Samsung began releasing a beta version of Android 10. It seems that Samsung is weeks ahead of last year’s schedule.