One UI 3.0 is starting to arrive finally. Samsung is well proceeding with its update process for the new software. Samsung is not making loads of design changes in One UI 3.0, though the general aesthetics are close to One UI 2.5. But there are numerous exciting new features. Some of them are the ability to long-press an app to view all related widgets, add them to the home screen, as well as a double-tap gesture on the home screen to exit the screen.
One UI 3.0 is also receiving the persistent media player, and the Conversations opinion debuted in Android 11. Likewise, you get improved auto-focus plus exposure controls in the camera. The selection to customize the call screen with our images and videos, the device usage trends in Digital Wellbeing, as well as many new Bixby Routines present here.
Android 11 Samsung – phones that Samsung updated to Android 11
Samsung is getting better and better each year. Here is every device Samsung updated to Android 11 so far.
Samsung’s Android 11 update carries the characteristic features you love from Google’s update. It includes notification enhancements, Bubbles for messages, plus many others. In the lead of Android 11, the smartphone giant is similarly including One UI 3.0, which comprises all of the features Galaxy holders know and love.
Samsung has definite updates for relatively many devices from the S, Note, Z, plus A series. However, still more devices will possibly be updated over time. Here is what is updated so far.
We can power Samsung devices with Android 11 now.
- Galaxy S20 Series
- Galaxy S20 FE
- Galaxy Note 20 Series
- Galaxy S10 Series
- Galaxy Note 10 Series
- Galaxy Z Flip and Flip 5G
- Galaxy Z Fold 2
- NEW: Galaxy Fold
- Galaxy S10 Lite
One UI 3.0 Android 11 features at a glance!
Conversations are a priority.
Google today keeps our conversations separate from other notifications, offering them priority near the highest of our notifications shade. We can similarly set conversations to a significant preference, letting notifications make it even if we muted notifications. It aids in preventing burying meaningful conversations under the wealth of notifications we receive each day.
Bubbles, bubbles all over the place!
Google is ultimately rolling out its authorized application of conversation ‘bubbles.’
Built-in screen recording
Now we can record content on our device, counting audio from our mic, device, or both without installing a separate app.
Quick access to smart devices
we can access controls for all our smart devices right from the power button menu. A long-press on the power button will make us see controls for all smart lights, locks, thermostats, plus whatever else we have in our home.
Much better media controls
Android 11 lets us quickly select our audio output from the notifications shade.
It also delivers more broad media controls for networking with our music in the notifications shade. We can now restart a music session right from the said menu after closing Spotify, no need to open it once more.
Permissions need not be forever.
Today the company lets us provide apps one-time access to certain features like our camera or microphone. Google similarly now automatically reset permissions provided to an app if we didn’t use it in a long time.
Pixel only: Live view Location sharing.
Google furthermore has numerous Pixel exclusives launching today. Live View through Location Sharing lets us efficiently utilize turn-by-turn direction. So we can meet up with friends who shared their location with us. It’s an AR friend finder.
Pixel only: Better screenshots and text selection
Likewise, Google is making it further convenient to take screenshots plus capture text from apps. We can now swipe up and hold to access the app card view, opt to take a screenshot, and edit an image or choose any text on the screen.
One UI 3.0 features
Here is the list of full changes:
- Touch, hold an app to have an associated widget
- we can turn the screen off by double-tapping on an empty area of the Home screen.
- We can turn this on in Settings > Advanced features > – Motions and gestures.
- The dynamic Lock screen has more categories, and we can select more than one.
- Improved Lock screen widgets.
- See our conversations and media more conveniently in their sections when we swipe down from the top of the screen.
- Improved always On Display widgets.
- Get rapid access to the most significant accessibility settings throughout device setup.
- Set the Accessibility shortcut further easily in settings.
- Sound detectors work with our SmartThings devices, for instance, TVs and lights, to give us more visibility.
- We can find the keyboard settings further easily under General management in Settings, as well as the settings can recognize the most important ones first.
- We can connect to supported TVs wirelessly.
- New touchpad multi-gestures let us change screen zoom as well as font size more quickly.
- Has the ability to block websites from redirecting us when we tap the Back button—warnings and blocking options present for websites that show so many pop-ups or notifications.
- Rearranged menus present to make things easier to find. Added numerous add-ons, counting one that translates websites.
- Added option present to hide the status bar for a further immersive browsing experience.
- Improved maximum number of open tabs to 99.
- Further ability to lock and reorder tabs.
- Better design for tab bar, which is now supported on all devices.
- Completed support for Samsung Internet edge panel.
Contacts and Phone
- Extra option to help us fast delete duplicate contacts.
- Improved search experience.
- Phone/Call background
- Has the ability to customize the call screen with our pictures and videos.
- Created a Trash bin to store recently deleted messages.
Call and Text on other devices
- Has the ability to turn calls and text on additional devices on or else off with Bixby Routines.
- Actions with the same start time are now shown together in the month and agenda view.
- Efficient options for adding as well as editing events.
- Better layout for full-screen alerts.
Digital wellbeing and Parental controls
- Further trends to our weekly report. We can see how our usage has changed since the preceding week and check our usage time for every feature.
- Extra phone usage time while driving to the weekly report.
- A lock-screen widget is present to check our screen time without unlocking our phones.
- Separate profiles present for personal as well as work modes so we can track our screen time separately.
- Better auto-focus plus auto-exposure functionality and usability.
- Enhanced stabilization once taking pictures of the moon at high zoom levels.
- Additional ability to return edited pictures to their original forms.
- Grouped preset routines help us get started quickly as well as learn how to build our routines rapidly.
- We can now see what actions reverse when a routine ends.
- New conditions added include a specific start time, the disconnection of a Bluetooth device, or else a call from a particular number, Wi-Fi network, and more.
One UI 3.0 release date
Here is the full One UI 3.0 update roadmap:
- Galaxy S20
- Galaxy S20+
- Galaxy S20 Ultra
- Galaxy Note 20
- Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
- Galaxy S20 FE
- Galaxy Z Fold 2
- Galaxy Z Flip
- Galaxy Note 10
- Galaxy Note 10+
- Galaxy S10
- Galaxy S10+
- Galaxy S10 Lite
- Galaxy Fold
- Galaxy Note 10 Lite
- Galaxy Tab S7
- Galaxy A51
- Galaxy M31
- Galaxy M30s
- Galaxy M21
- Galaxy A50
- Galaxy M51
- Galaxy Tab S6
- Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
- Galaxy A80
- Galaxy A71
- Galaxy A70
- Galaxy A31
- Galaxy A21s
- Galaxy Tab A
- Galaxy A11
- Galaxy A01
- Galaxy A01 Core
- Galaxy M11
- Galaxy Tab S5e
- Galaxy A30
- Galaxy Tab Active Pro
- Galaxy Tab A 10.1
- Galaxy A30s
- Galaxy A20s
- Galaxy A20
- Galaxy A10s
- Galaxy A10