Samsung has completed testing a new version of the proprietary One UI shell and has now started distributing the stable firmware. The One UI 3.0 interface has undergone minor changes to make it easier for users to concentrate on information. They can easily customize various elements of the system to their liking.
Lock screen widgets provide quick access to basic functions such as controlling your music player or viewing your to-do list. The user can change the transparency of the home screen widgets to enjoy the screensaver.
One UI 3.0 allows you to change shortcuts in the quick settings menu and create work and personal profiles that will contain your own set of the aforementioned shortcuts. Improvements were made to the camera and gallery apps. New digital wellness features should help you keep track of how much time you use your smartphone.
The One UI 3.0 shell is based on the Android 11. The update began to be distributed from today. Owners of Galaxy S20 Series smartphones (except for the FE model) in the US, South Korea, and most of Europe should receive it first. After the flagship devices receive the update, it will be available for the A- and M-series.
Source: GSM Arena