Samsung tipped to bring Android 11-based One UI 3 to


Samsung is always quick to launch new phones, even if not the fastest to provide software updates from them, and keep them updated to the latest version of the Android mobile operating system.

This has once again been highlighted by the company’s approach to updating its existing line-up of phones to the latest version of Google’s latest version of the operating system for smartphones, Android 11. Despite already finding a place on many of the phones from its competitors, Samsung still appears nowhere close to launching its Android 11-based One UI 3 software on its phones.

But a new leak has revealed that Samsung at least has plans of updating the majority of its phones in its portfolio to this new version of the operating system. According to a new leak, Samsung plans to update a total of 90 devices to One UI 3. This leak coming courtesy of Twitter user @TheGalox_ and also details the full list of these phones that will get the One UI 3 update which is based on Android 11.

A quick look at the list reveals that it features flagship devices from the Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy Note 20 series, Galaxy S20 FE, Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy Note 10 series, Galaxy S10 series, and Galaxy Tab S7 series.

There’s also mention of devices such as the Galaxy A01, Galaxy A01 Core along with a number of mid-range phones including the Galaxy A40, Galaxy A30, Galaxy A80, Galaxy A51, Galaxy A51 5G, Galaxy A90 5G, and multiple members of the Galaxy M series.

Once updated to this new version of the software, One UI 3.0 s claimed to bring a “simpler, more convenient experience” and will come with new features such as a Quick panel, which will let users switch between music and videos. There will also be a new notification panel that will provide users with more information while the phone is locked. And the new update will add support for full-screen calls.

Further, One UI 3 will also come with optimisation for the company’s foldable phones, including the Galaxy Z Fold 2 which will allow for it to adjust to the main screen when unfolded, and vice versa. Additionally, features like Dual Preview and Rear Cam Selfie will also be made available on the Galaxy Fold with the update.

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