Samsung One UI 3.0: release date, whats new, compatible smartphones, all about the update

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Publish Date : 2020-12-14


Samsung One UI 3.0: release date, whats new, compatible smartphones, all about the update

One UI 3.0, the update to the Samsung overlay based on Android 11, is about to land on our smartphones. This is the most important redesign of one UI since its existence in terms of interface, while new features also enrich the experience. Release date, compatible smartphones, News, All information about one UI 3.0 are here.

After groping on TouchWiz and then Samsung Experience, Samsung has finally found the right formula for the software of its smartphones with one UI, which has become one of the best Android interfaces on the market. We are now waiting for the next major update of Samsung's custom operating system, One UI 3.0 based on Android 11, which promises promising novelties.

Release Date of one UI 3.0

Samsung is adapting faster and faster following the availability of a new major version of Android to upgrade its overlay. Regularly pointed out in the past for its reaction times on this subject, the manufacturer is improving year by year despite a number of smartphone models of the brand still as high, complicating the task of developers who have to work for a wide range of technical specifications. Samsung has even recently indicated that its smartphones will now be supported for three years, while many other brands are content to issue two years of updates.

A public beta of one UI 3.0 has been available in South Korea and the United States on several high-end devices for several weeks already. The mobiles of the Galaxy S20 and Note 20 series were the first to be served and already have several builds on the counter. More recently, it was the Galaxy S10, Note 10, Z Flip and Z Fold 2 that were entitled to access the beta. The latter should soon land on the European market for the above-mentioned devices.

The stable version of the update, distributed as usual by OTA, will not take long. Samsung has released a calendar forecast that we report to you below. Keep in mind that it is likely that French users will be served a little later.

  • December 2020: Galaxy S20 Series
  • January 2021: Note 20 series, Note 10 (except Lite), S10, Z Fold 2 and Z Flip
  • February 2021: Galaxy Fold
  • March 2021: Note 10 Lite, A51, M31, M30s, M21
  • April 2021: A50, M51
  • May 2021 : A80, A71, A70, A31, A21s, Tab S6 and S6 Lite

For owners of tablets or smartphones entry / mid-range eligible for the update (See full list below), it will be necessary to be more patient.

The interface of one UI 3.0
The interface of one UI has never evolved so much with a previous update since its release in 2018 as it is about to do with One UI 3.0. The UI becomes more modern and benefits from a whole bunch of small improvements that, combined, offer a much superior user experience. This is especially the case for smartphones equipped with a large screen, which is the case with more and more references nowadays.

The notification pane becomes partially transparent and no longer opaque, allowing you to see what is happening on the screen behind it. This is also the case with the quick access options menu window. It is both aesthetic and practical. For notifications, you will also have the choice between two display modes : detailed or summary. The first gives more information, with the possibility Sometimes of not even opening the app to access the content, while the second, activated by default, is only an indication message inviting to open the app. A notification history is also integrated. This is a native feature of Android 11. It gives access to all notifications received during the last 24 hours in case of deletion too quickly or disappearance of them. History is disabled by default.

Volume control also improves. The full tab is also transparent. But most importantly, the bar to decrease or increase the sound volume is repositioned vertically on the right side, next to the physical buttons, while it was horizontal in the lower part of the screen. It therefore becomes much more convenient to make adjustments with the thumb during one-handed use.

We also have a redesign of the windows that appear when you make a long press on a shortcut in the application drawer or the Home screen. More clearly, it indicates at the top the features directly available in this way (write a new message or take a photo for example). At the bottom, an Uninstall button is offered, with another to add the app to the home if you are in the drawer.

On the lock screen, the time is now displayed in larger and refocused. The notifications are located under the clock and the application shortcuts present in the lower left and right corners also adopt a transparent background, Real fixed idea of Samsung with one UI 3.0. The animations as well as the fingerprint reader icon under the screen also make a new look. Customization options have been added to the Always-On Display feature, especially for animated GIFs.

The application drawer changes to the same transparency effect as other windows, just like the task manager. Folders are adapting too, with one more change that could upset your habits : there are only 12 applications per folder page now instead of 16 previously on one UI 2.5. A decision made for the sake of clarity.



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