[UPDATE: T-MOBILE SUSPENDED ANDROID 11 ROLLOUT]
According to the official info, T-Mobile has paused the rollout of Android 11 based One UI 3.0 for Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra phones in the US. The reason for this suspension is still unclear and the carrier hasn’t informed except halt notice on its official update page. We can expect that the Android 11 rollout will start again in the coming days.
[ORIGINAL ARTICLE: DECEMBER 05, 2020]
Just recently, Verizon has started to roll out major Android 11 OS upgrades to its carrier bounded Samsung Galaxy S20 series smartphones in the US. And now, another carrier in the country is joining the list of One UI 3.0 update provider carrier.
According to the information (coming from RPRNA), T-Mobile has started sending Android 11 based One UI 3.0 update for Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra smartphones in the US. The One UI 3.0 update also adds November 2020 security patch for security improvements.
Samsung One UI 3.0 brings new changes in the user interface of the lock screen, home screen, notifications, and quick panel. It enhances the user experience to help them focus on what matters most. Once you update to One UI 3.0, you will get a smoother experience while using your device.
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As we know, every Samsung smartphone receives a new software update in several rollout phases. So if the latest Android 11 update doesn’t arrive on your Galaxy S20 smartphone, wait for a bit longer.
In September this year, Google has announced the eleventh generation of the Android OS. Following its release, Samsung has also started developing the One UI 3.0 which is based on Android 11 for its several eligible smartphones including the Galaxy S20 series.
The One UI 3.0 beta was limited to only seven picked countries including the US, India, South Korea, Germany, Poland, UK, and China. In the US, the beta experience program only available for unlocked variants.
How to check for updates:
If you also own a T-Mobile locked Galaxy S20 series smartphone then check for the latest update notification or check for updates manually by opening device’ Settings, scroll down and select Software updates and tap on Download and install.