Before a few days, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series has started receiving Android 11 based One UI 3.0 update in the US. A network service provider in the country – AT&T has opened this major firmware update to its branded Galaxy Note 20 units.
Now, the stable One UI 3.0 built on Google’s Android 11 has crossed the boundaries of the US carrier and starts rolling out for unlocked variants of the Galaxy Note 20 series globally. According to the latest info, these smartphones are now getting stable One UI 3.0 firmware in several European countries including Slovakia.
This major software update can be identified via build versions: N981BXXU1CTL5 and N986BXXU1CTL5 for the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra respectively.
The Android 11 brings some exciting features such as chat Bubbles that help you to focus on your current work, one-time permissions to apps, pin conversations, and much more.
Adding to this, Samsung One UI 3.0 is also based on Android 11 which adds several new changes in the user interface that reflects on the notification panel, app drawer, Settings menu, lock screen, and for improved the user experience.
As we know, Samsung rolls out every single software update in various batches with a strategy to suspend the firmware if the users found a critical issue. So it may take some time for your Galaxy Note 20 model to receive this latest software version.
HOW TO CHECK FOR UPDATES:
Check for the latest software update manually by following the steps given below.
- Open device’s Settings
- Scroll down and select Software updates
- Hit the Download and install option.
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