What better way to kick off the day other than to receive a major update for your smartphone? Samsung is now adding the finishing touches to its upcoming One UI 3.0 operating system and it has opened the third beta to users. The One UI 3.0 beta update introduces the much-anticipated November security patch to the Galaxy S20 series and today we are going to check out everything there is to know about the update.
Samsung Galaxy One UI 3.0 Beta is Now Available
The first thing that we want to note about Samsung’s latest update for the Galaxy S20 series is that it is rolling out via OTA (over the air) channels. Therefore, all Samsung fans who own eligible smartphones can access the update just by having access to a stable Wi-Fi network.
On the downside of things, we do need to highlight that the update is available only to Galaxy S20 series owners who are enrolled in the beta program. Luckily, Samsung is allowing everyone to join the beta program and the only requirement is to provide the developers with feedback in case something goes wrong. However, this rarely happens.
November Security Patch
The new update introduces the November security patch that aims to improve the overall safety that Samsung’s smartphones offer. According to the patch notes, the update weighs in at 650MB and it does much more than only introduce security improvements. Check out the patch notes below:
- Improved performance.
- The security of your device has been improved.
- A software update contains, for example, the following components: Stability improvements and bug fixes for the device. New and / or extended functions. More improvements for optimal performance.
- Galaxy S20: G985FXXU5ZTJN/G981BXXU5ZTJN
- Galaxy S20+: G980FXXU5ZTJN/G986BXXU5ZTJN
- Galaxy S20 Ultra: G988BXXU5ZTJN
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Dan Carter was a reporter for nomad Labs, before becoming the lead editor. Dan has over forty bylines and has reported on countless stories concerning all things related to tech and science. Dan studied at CSUF.