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Samsung One UI 3.0: Check this list to see if your Galaxy phone will get Android 11

Android 11 has been officially available on the Pixel series for awhile now, while OEMs like OnePlus and Xiaomi have been trialling Android 11-based skins via beta programs with the aim of a timely official release. Meanwhile, Samsung’s Android 11-based One UI 3.0 is being beta tested in Korea and the U.S., with an official update expected sometime towards the end of 2020.

So, how do you know if your device will support Android 11? Samsung hasn’t released an official list just yet, although if your device is compatible with the public beta program, the official update will (obviously) be supported on your mobile device. However, the folks over at Sammyfans have compiled a list of Galaxy devices that they think will support One UI 3.0.

How? By holding Samsung to a promise that they made recently to support select Galaxy devices with three Android OS updates. According to the report, “flagship” smartphones launched with Android 9 or later will support three additional Android OS updates—although it’s worth noting that Samsung’s official statement does not confirm Sammyfans’ entire list.

Still, it’s worth a look:

  1. Galaxy S20 FE
  2. Galaxy S20 FE 5G
  3. Galaxy Note 20
  4. Galaxy Note 20 5G
  5. Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
  6. Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G
  7. Galaxy Z Fold 2
  8. Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G
  9. Galaxy Z Flip 5G
  10. Galaxy Tab S7
  11. Galaxy Tab S7 5G
  12. Galaxy Tab S7+
  13. Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G
  14. Galaxy S20
  15. Galaxy S20 5G – Android 11-based One UI 3.0 first beta
  16. Galaxy S20+
  17. Galaxy S20+ 5G – Android 11-based One UI 3.0 first beta
  18. Galaxy S20 Ultra
  19. Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G – Android 11-based One UI 3.0 first beta
  20. Galaxy Z Flip
  21. Galaxy Fold
  22. Galaxy Fold 5G
  23. Galaxy Note 10+
  24. Galaxy Note 10+ 5G
  25. Galaxy Note 10
  26. Galaxy Note 10 5G
  27. Galaxy S10 5G
  28. Galaxy S10+
  29. Galaxy S10
  30. Galaxy S10e
  31. Galaxy Note 10 Lite
  32. Galaxy S10 Lite
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Samsung Galaxy A-series:

  1. Galaxy A01
  2. Galaxy A10
  3. Galaxy A10e
  4. Galaxy A10s
  5. Galaxy A11
  6. Galaxy A20
  7. Galaxy A20e
  8. Galaxy A20s
  9. Galaxy A21
  10. Galaxy A21s
  11. Galaxy A30
  12. Galaxy A30s
  13. Galaxy A31
  14. Galaxy A40
  15. Galaxy A41
  16. Galaxy A42 5G
  17. Galaxy A50
  18. Galaxy A50s
  19. Galaxy A51
  20. Galaxy A51 5G
  21. Galaxy A51 5G UW
  22. Galaxy A60
  23. Galaxy A70
  24. Galaxy A70s
  25. Galaxy A71
  26. Galaxy A71 5G
  27. Galaxy A80
  28. Galaxy A8s
  29. Galaxy A90 5G
  30. Galaxy A Quantum

Samsung Galaxy M-series:

  1. Galaxy M01
  2. Galaxy M01s
  3. Galaxy M11
  4. Galaxy M21
  5. Galaxy M30s
  6. Galaxy M31
  7. Galaxy M31s
  8. Galaxy M40
  9. Galaxy M51

Others:

  1. Galaxy Tab S5e
  2. Galaxy Tab S6
  3. Galaxy Tab S6 5G
  4. Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
  5. Galaxy Tab A7 10.4 2020
  6. Galaxy Tab A 10.1 2019
  7. Galaxy Tab A 8.0 2019
  8. Galaxy Tab Active Pro
  9. Galaxy Xcover 4s
  10. Galaxy Xcover Pro

From what we know, One UI 3.0 has a similar look to One UI 2.5, although there are a bunch of new gestures that you can use, along with Android 11’s native upgrades. Lock screen widgets have supposedly been improved, while accessibility to Smart Home devices should be more convenient as a whole.

So, what do you think? Let us know if you’re a beta tester for One UI 3.0—and share some of your experiences with us in the comments section below.

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