At this point, one UI3.0 build is in a public beta. In both the US and Germany, the Galaxy S20 family of devices has already signed up for the program and has been tested with Android 11, One UI 3.0 ROM, and recent developments have also run the US Note 20 unit. A new page appears on the company’s official Malaysian website, highlighting some of the major new additions and changes to One UI 3.0.
But perhaps the biggest news there is in a small print below the image, promising the November release of One UI 3.0. Samsung has not yet released a list of officially supported devices, regions and roadmaps. However, given the current beta schedule, we can only assume that the S20 family will be the first product. The showcase page in question also mentions both the old Galaxy Fold and the new Z Fold 2 prominently, and the Galaxy Tab device is prominently mentioned, so a fairly wide initial release is expected.
Some of the new highlighted interfaces have been redesigned Quick panel With built-in Android 11 multimedia controls, users can easily switch between different multimedia playback sources and controls.
One UI3.0 also doubles the number of categories in the Dynamic lock screen Increase the selection to 10.
As mentioned earlier, this page may show the Galaxy Z Fold 2 quite prominently. Multi-active window The display split in up to three directions is nothing new and has been on the Z Fold 2 since its launch. However, there are some new tweaks for Android 11 and OneUI 3.0. These are also reflected in the original Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 +.
Dual preview And Rear camera selfie Another example of the features already available on the Z Fold 2 is the versatility of the camera by leveraging a unique form factor. I missed the original Galaxy Fold, but the One UI 3.0 update will backport them.
In yet another reference to the Galaxy Z Fold 2, Samsung clearly plans to make that adjustment. View adjustment The action of moving from the outer display to the inner display and vice versa. Today, the Z Fold 2 already has a nifty option to use tablet-like DPI settings and app UI variants. See the detailed review for more information. However, at this point, it’s probably a bit confusing. Samsung apparently plans to change it and make it the default behavior.
Good rock I will also learn some new tricks. Wonderland You can move and create wallpapers that react to your phone’s movements, Pentastic You can customize S Pen Air commands, pointers, and related sound settings. Goodlock availability is subject to some regional restrictions. You can see this in the source link.
At the end of the showcase list, Full-screen video call, This will also obviously be part of the One UI 3.0 update.
Again, if you believe in the web page in question, you’ll see the first One UI 3.0 OTA package start disappearing in a few days. In addition, these are just a few of the features and are expected to tweak the new UI and underline the Android 11 OS. Especially if it’s due to a leak in the September beta changelog.