The update, which brings feature changes to Android 11 and some small visual tweaks and interface to Samsung smartphones, is now arriving on last year’s Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus devices. In Germany, Spain and Switzerland.
Samsung is expected to expand its release to the rest of the regions sometime early next year if not within a few weeks.
Samsung began beta testing One UI 3.0 for the first time last fall after the release of Android 11. The update went through various stages of availability for different smartphones depending on your region.
Note 10 and Note 10 Plus devices have had a beta UI since October.
In early December, Samsung began rolling out the official update for phones within the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20 lineup, with plans to bring the update to the foldable devices and its flagship devices released in 2019.
The new software update carries the firmware version N97xFXXU6ETLL, and it brings the December 2020 security patch.
This means that we will see the version of the user interface One UI 3.0 arriving on the Galaxy Z Fold, Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy Z Flip devices soon, in addition to the update availability on a larger scale for Note 10 devices outside Europe.
Apart from the goodies in Android 11, such as: chat bubbles, one-time permissions, a media playback tool, and the chat section in the notification center, the new update brings One UI 3.0 features, such as: a redesigned UI update, an updated stock app, a feature-rich keyboard, improved locking Dynamic screen and widgets to lock the screen, improve performance and better security for phones.