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Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ receive Samsung One UI 3.0 update

Earlier this week, Samsung announced that it is expanding its tests to update Samsung One UI 3.0, which is based on the latest Android 11 system from Google, to include eight new devices, including the two phones Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10. Well, the Samsung One update UI 3.0 beta for the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 + is now available in South Korea, and will reach more countries soon.

Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 + owners can get the Samsung One UI 3.0 beta update by registering on the Samsung Members app. Once registered, the beta update will be ready to install from the system update list. This new update carries the build number N976NKSU1ZTK6, and brings with it many new functions, as well as a new look, and many other changes that you can review in this detailed article here.

Those who join Samsung’s beta program will test the improved Android 11 experience and the long list of changes that Samsung One UI 3.0 brought about. It is worth noting that the new Samsung One UI 3.0 interface improves all aspects of the operating system, from the Always On Display feature and the browser to the Samsung DeX feature.

However, as is always the case with beta updates, the new Samsung One UI 3.0 update comes with a very long list of problems, but this is to be expected as subscribers will be notified by Samsung when a specific issue has been resolved so that you can proceed to the next stage.

Some apps won’t work at all, at least not in the first beta of Samsung One UI 3.0. If you have one phone that you use all day to perform all the tasks you want, including searching, communicating, sharing and browsing, we recommend that you do not install the beta update on your device, and instead wait until the official and stable update is released.

The rest of the devices that are sure to get the Samsung One UI 3.0 update include Galaxy Z Flip 5G, Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 5G, Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10 +. The Korean units will get the beta update first, and other countries will soon follow.

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