The Android-based Samsung One UI 3.0 interface is now eligible for a public beta in South Korea after seeing its access limited to developers only.
Since the stable version was made official, many have been waiting to get a taste of Android 11 and its new features. However, the new version of the OS is only available on Google Pixels. At other manufacturers, beta testing phases have nevertheless started, and this is notably the case with Samsung. Its One UI 3.0 interface was offered as part of a developer beta to prepare the ground. Now, the South Korean giant is gradually expanding the program to more users.
Indeed, in South Korea, more traditional users can begin to discover the One UI 3.0 interface based on Android 11, provided they have a Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 + or Galaxy S20 Ultra. The Galaxy S20 FE and Note 20 are not yet in the game.
Soon in France ?
"Only a small number of people can participate in the first place. We plan to increase this number in order to recruit more people“, We read in the message sent by the brand's teams. It is also an opportunity to recall that such a beta will undoubtedly be accompanied by a number of bugs to be corrected before reaching a stable version.
Although the beta has only been launched in South Korea for the moment, we can hope to see it soon land in our regions in Europe in order to discover in turn the novelties concocted in One UI 3.0.