Samsung has updated the list of Galaxy smartphones that will get Android 11
Soon after the unofficial list of Samsung gadgets that are waiting for firmware updates to version One UI 3.0 based on Android 11 appeared on the web, the company partially revealed the roadmap for upcoming updates of its devices. And although the published list contains a few models, their owners can already prepare to receive the latest firmware.
The next wave of beta releases of the new software shell will include the Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+, S10 5G, Note10, Note10+ models, as well as the Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Fold 2 bendable models. At the same time, the manufacturer does not disclose the exact timing of the firmware release — according to network informants, its distribution will begin in the coming days.
As a rule, Samsung traditionally releases an update first in South Korea, and then in other regions. To install the latest firmware build, you must first register in the Samsung Members app by joining the testing program. According to rumors, Samsung will later migrate to One UI 3.0 about 90 of its devices, including tablets.