The Samsung One UI 3.0.0 developer beta program now opens with registration for developers to be ready for full OTA – which may come sometime this fall.
We’re only seeing the rollout of the One UI 2.5 for existing Samsung smartphone hardware, so the fact that the One UI 3.0 is only running in the developer beta phase a day after its full release isn’t necessarily negative. However, this indicates that Samsung owners will have to wait a little longer to upgrade to the latest OS on their devices – which we hope has been resolved so far.
Open to all users, the One UI Beta program is an opportunity to try out the One UI features before their official release. Send us your feedback to help us create an exceptional experience for Galaxy users, as you preview new features and designs.
Registration is already open in the One UI bet.0 beta with a few caveats. You will need a qualified Galaxy S20 series device – S20, S20 + or S20 Ultra. At this stage, it is open only to “Authorized Developers” to help ensure that the App Store applications are compatible with the beta software before the public beta period.
To help ensure that App Store applications are compatible with beta software before the public beta period, authorized developers may participate in the pre-beta phase. Pre-Beta is open to developers in the Republic of Korea and the United States who want to test compatibility with specific service providers and device models.
Now, it’s more of a one-off UI 3.0.0 beta than the public one, but the good news is that Samsung has directly branded it as a “public beta.” Hopefully, with more devices added in recent months, the S-20 series has sold worse than previous generations. With Samsung’s 3-year commitment to OS upgrades, it will also be a great PR move.
Go back to the One UI 3.0.0 beta, which is available in China, Germany, India, Poland, Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States. To get started you need to sign up using your Samsung account now.
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