Samsung recently unveiled its official plans to launch the OneUI 3.0 update based on Android 11 for its various smartphones. However, it seems that the manufacturer had many surprises in store for its users.
After surprising with the quick launch of the update for the Galaxy S20, Samsung seems to be planning to do the same with the Galaxy Note 20.
Despite the three models having the launch of the desired update planned only for January 2021, many users have already confirmed the receipt of the stable version of OneUI 3.0 (Android 11) on their smartphones.
According to the information revealed, this update is, for now, only coming to unlocked models of the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra in the United States. The update package arrives with a total size of 2.5GB, being advised to use a Wi-Fi network to download it.
When will the update arrive for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 in UK
For now, it is impossible to say whether Samsung decided to start making the update available globally much earlier than expected, or whether this will be just a “test” reserved for the United States. It would not be the first time that the manufacturer has decided to release an update for a limited number of users, to ensure that there are no serious problems.
On the other hand, it is also possible that they have decided to launch Android 11 for the Galaxy Note 20 globally well ahead of schedule, to ensure that until the scheduled date (January 2021), all users have guaranteed access to the new version of the OneUI and Android.
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