[UPDATE: DECEMBER 18, 2020]
After AT&T, other carriers in the US, T-Mobile, and Sprint has started rolling out Android 11 based One UI 3.0 for Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra phones in the US. This firmware can be identified via build versions: N981USQU1CTL2 and N986USQU1CTL2 for the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra respectively.
[Original Article: December 12, 2020]
Previously, Verizon has opened the Android 11 rollout for the Galaxy S20 series, and this time another carrier, AT&T has begun sending this update for the Galaxy Note 20 series smartphones in the US.
This rollout will expand gradually, so it may take some time for your Galaxy Note 20 model to receive this latest software version. Also, the availability of Android 11/One UI 3.0 will vary depending on the mobile carrier.
- N981USQU1CTL2 – Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G
- N986USQU1CTL2 – Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G
One UI 3.0 is based on Android 11 that comes with 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.
The chat Bubbles help you to focus on your current work that are you doing. You can pin conversations then it will always appear on top of other apps to access the chat anytime anywhere. Adding to this, you will be able to give one-time permissions to apps that need access for mic, camera, or location.
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.