The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 begin to update to Android 11 with One UI 3.0



The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is starting to get the update to Android 11 with One UI 3.0 And a little earlier than expected, since the roadmap published by Samsung placed it on the January 2021 shift.



This update comes about three months after the update to One UI 2.5, which brought several of the improvements of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 to the previous generation, and supposes the latest version of android for this high-end of 2019.









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Android 11 and One UI 3.0



After both the Samsung Galaxy S20 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 had the update to the latest version of Android ready, the next model to join the party is the high-end of the previous generation, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+.







We tested Android 11 stable: this is the new version of the system that is now available





Samsung is rolling out the update to Android 11 with One UI 3.0 to the model SM-N975F in Germany, including the December 2020 security patch. Download occupies about 6.1 GB And, if you have the same model and want to try your luck with Odin, you can download the firmware from here.



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The update means that the terminal gains both the new features of Android 11 and the new features introduced by Samsung in One UI 3.0. It is not a radical change from One UI 2.5, but rather a refinement of various functions and appearance of the interface.



The update begins in Germany, although it is foreseeable that it will spread to other regions in the coming days. The way to check if it is ready for your mobile is the same as always: enter Settings - System update and check if there are any pending updates.



Via | Sammobile