Announced a company Samsung announced a trial version for One UI 3.0 developers based on Android 11 last month and available in the Galaxy S20 series, and we did not hear about any specific benefits or change at that time, but we finally got a comprehensive list of additions and modifications.
Twitter user with the name (Samsung RydahChanges to One UI 3.0 earlier today, as the list of changes includes the following:
- Touch and hold the app to add a linked tool.
- The screen can be turned off by double clicking on an empty area of the main screen. This can be activated by going to settings, advanced features, and gestures.
- The dynamic lock screen now contains more categories, and you can select more than one.
- Screen lock tools have been improved.
Quick Control Panel:
- User can see conversations and media more conveniently in their respective sections when swiping down from the top of the screen.
- Improved tools (Always On Display).
- You can get quick access to the most important accessibility settings while setting up the device.
- Get recommended accessibility benefits based on what you use.
- Set the accessibility shortcut more easily in settings.
- Sound detectors now work with SmartThings devices such as TVs and lights to give more clear alerts when a doorbell rings or a baby is crying.
- Samsung’s keyboard settings can be found more easily under General Management in Settings, the settings have been reorganized to put the most important settings first.
- Another new change in One UI 3.0 is the ability to connect to supported TVs wirelessly.
- Multiple gestures on the new touchpad allow you to change screen zoom and font size more easily.
- A new change in One UI 3.0 was the addition of the ability to block websites from being redirected when you click the back button.
- Added warnings and blocking options for websites showing too many pop-ups or notifications.
- Rearrange menus to make things easier to find.
- Several new add-ons have been added in One UI 3.0 including those that translate websites.
- The status bar can be hidden for a more comprehensive browsing experience.
- Increased the maximum number of open tabs to 99.
- The ability to lock and rearrange tabs has been added.
- Improved tab bar design now supported on all devices.
- (Samsung Internet Edge) support has ended.
Contacts and phone:
- The ability to edit multiple linked contacts simultaneously has been added.
- An option has been added to help you quickly delete duplicate contacts.
- Improving the search experience.
- Extended Recycle Bin storage period from 15 to 30 days.
Samsung One UI 3.0 Call Screen:
- Added ability to customize call screen with photos and videos.
- Recycle Bin was created to store recently deleted messages.
Call and text on other devices:
- Added the ability to turn calls and text messages on other devices on or off with (Bixby Routines).
- Events that have the same start time now display together in the Month and Agenda view.
- Reorganize options for adding and editing events.
- Improved layout for full screen alerts.
- Improved layout for full screen alerts.
Digital Wellbeing and Parental Control:
- Added trends have been added to your weekly report, where you can see how your usage has changed since the last week and check usage time for each feature.
- Phone use time while driving has been added to your weekly report.
- Samsung’s One UI 3.0 has added a lock screen widget so you can check screen time without unlocking your phone.
- Separate profiles have been added for Personal and Work mode so you can track screen time separately.
- Autofocus, auto exposure functions, and ease of use have been improved.
- (Enhanced stabilization) when capturing moon images at high zoom levels has been improved in Samsung’s One UI 3.0
- Added the ability to return edited images to their original copies.
Samsung’s One UI 3.0 update comes in at 2.5 GB, according to the Twitter user screenshot, so you might want to connect to the Wi-Fi network if you use a limited mobile data plan, and the update also provides the September 2020 security patch.
There is no information about a specific timeline to reach a stable release of Samsung One UI 3.0 or a definitive list of supported devices, however a variety of Samsung devices are now eligible for three years of Android version updates.