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Samsung launches beta testing program for One UI 3.0 on Galaxy S20, so far only available to developers in two countries

by Henry Brown

 

Almost immediately after Google released a new version of the Android 11 mobile operating system for its Pixel smartphones, Samsung launched its own One UI 3.0 shell beta program for Galaxy S20 smartphones. It will initially be available to developers in South Korea and the United States. Thus, developers will be able to test the work of their applications on the new platform.

The One UI Beta Program is open to members from China, Germany, India, Poland, the Republic of Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States. But the preliminary stage so far is limited to only two countries from this list. The Galaxy Note20 line of smartphones is not yet taking part in beta testing of the new version of the shell.

Note that so far we are talking only about the first stage of testing for developers. It is not yet specified when the public beta version of One UI 3.0 will appear for a wide range of users.

Source: gsmarena

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