Samsung One UI 3.0 in the works, now in beta testing
Samsung is recently working on its Android 11-based customized OS, the One UI 3.0.
The One UI 3.0 is currently in beta testing for select users of Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and the S20 Ultra (4G). It features basic Android 11 features. Samsung has brought improvements on its Always-On widget, lock screen widgets, layout for fullscreen alerts, stabilization for taking photos of the moon in high zoom modes, autofocus and autoexposure of cameras, and design for tab bar with support across devices.
Samsung’s latest customized Android 11 OS has added touch and hold for adding an associated widget, more categories in the Dynamic Lockscreen, Quick Panel for checking conversations, warnings and blocking options for websites with many pop-ups, wireless Samsung DeX support, option to hide the status bar while browsing, edit and delete multiple contacts, trash bin for recently deleted messages, sound detectors that now work with SmartThings devices, separate profiles for personal and work usage, and other Bixby routines.
It also replaces TalkBack with Voice Assistant.
The beta testing of the Samsung One UI 3.0 is ongoing in China, Germany, India, Poland, South Korea, US, and UK
Sources: Samsung, XDA Developers