In early August, Samsung announced the creation of a pre-beta program for developers to test the new One UI 3.0 with Android 11. Now, the manufacturer has opened the registration for those interested in knowing the new features of the interface before the official launch. Initially, the program is open in the United States and South Korea.
For now, you must have a Galaxy S20 smartphone (S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra) to participate, and only “approved” developers will be able to test the new features. Thus, Samsung intends to improve integrations and correct possible bugs before the public beta period – which will happen, according to the company’s statement.
It is not yet known if the manufacturer intends to open the tests to more models, but it is possible that it is, considering that the sales of the S20 line were not so good.
It is worth mentioning that the launch of the final version of Android 11 happened last Tuesday. The start of a pre-beta program at this point leads to the belief that Galaxy smartphone users may still be taking a while to receive the update of the stable version – in time, some smartphones started receiving the One UI 2.5 a few days ago.
The One UI Beta Program will accept users from China, Germany, India, Poland, South Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States. You can sign up through Samsung’s official website.
With information: 9To5Google