One UI 3.0 with Android 11 is currently coming out for the Galaxy Note 10 series

The One UI 3.0 update total with Android 11 has now formally began turning out for the previous leader Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series.

Spotted as turning out effectively in Germany by SamMobile, the One UI 3.0 update has shown up exactly on time after the Note 10 series was remembered for the all-encompassing beta stage.

It’s serious considering exactly the number of Samsung cell phones are out there in the wild, this is a profoundly foreseen update without a doubt.

As we have referenced, right now, firmware version N97xFXXU6ETLL is turning out for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ in Germany. All things considered, a more extensive rollout will start earnest from here, yet we can’t give any time spans for those as the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 rollout may vary region-by-region for your Note 10 series handset.

All things considered, when accessible you’ll have the option to exploit the entirety of the new Android 11 highlights including visit bubbles, upgraded gadget, and application explicit consents, a changed notice conceal with media resumption controls, close by a horde of Samsung-explicit highlights including an improved console, lockscreen enhancements, and more on top.

One UI 3.0 for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ additionally comes packing the December 2020 security fix, which could be a sign of the Android 11 update inside your district should you as of now have gotten the fix.

All things considered, it’s unclear exactly how the rollout will happen outside of Germany. We’d anticipate that it should require half a month as limitations are made before everybody can get the update.

In case you’re eager, presently may be an ideal opportunity to make a beeline for your gadget Settings > System updates panel and check in the event that you do have the One UI 3.0 Android 11 update sitting tight for your Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+.

Then again, make certain to tell us down in the comments section below in the event that you have seen the OTA update arrive at your gadget in another district.

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