The Android 11/One UI 3.0 update has begun rolling out to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 and 10+

    Galaxy Note 10 Plus

    Samsung has improved beyond measure over the past 18 months when it comes to rolling out software updates to its handsets, and now it’s the turn of 2019’s Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ to get some love in the form of a stable Android 11/ One UI 3.0 release.

    Samsung has begun rolling out the One UI 3 update in Europe with Germany Galaxy Note 10/10+ users being the first to enjoy the new firmware. The OTA bumps the build number to N97xFXXU6ETLL and includes the December security patch plus a bunch of new features:

    Table of Contents

    Android 11

    • Chat Bubbles
    • Conversations section in Notification Shade
    • Media Playback Widget
    • One-time Permissions

    One UI 3.0

    • Refreshed UI
    • Improved Dynamic Lock screen
    • Lockscreen Widgets
    • Updated Stock Apps
    • Feature-rich Keyboard
    • Improved Performance & Security

    While the OTA is initially rolling out in Germany, it won’t be long before it comes to other countries, so it might be worth heading over to Settings>Software Update to press the Download and Install button once or twice to see if the new firmware is available for your handset yet.

    Source: SamMobile

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