Android 11 launches for Samsung Galaxy S10 series with release of One UI 3

Samsung’s hard at work in carrying One UI 3 to its cell phone lineup, sharing its schedule for updates a month ago. In view of Android 11, these releases incorporate a lot of supportive new features, just as an updated warning shade.

Following dispersion for some later handsets, it’s at long last an ideal opportunity for the S10 to begin getting its taste, as One UI 3 starts arriving for the Galaxy S10e and S10 5G in Switzerland.

While it’s extraordinary to see this update showing up, clients engaged with the One UI 3 S10 beta test should observe: When the Note20’s update showed up, some beta clients were surrendered holding up to seven days before their new OTA came through.

Quite possibly’s might be the case again with the S10, where case clients may discover some luck skipping the line and attempting to constrain an update with their PCs. In the event that you have Samsung’s Smart Switch PC application, you can have a go at utilizing it to introduce the most recent firmware accessible for your telephone — there’s no assurance it’ll work, yet in case you’re as eager as I am, it worth an attempt.

So far, Samsung has done a good job rolling out Android 11 to its gadgets. It very well may be a little more slow now and again than we’d like, however the company has still gotten the best of the greater part of its opposition, just as enhancing a year ago’s Android 10 schedule.

We’ll be keeping this page updated as One UI 3 turns out to more locales, just as the normal S10 and S10+.

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