41 Samsung devices will get One UI 3.0 and Android 11 upgrade by September 2021. This information is official at the moment, having been released by Samsung.
The company plans to begin the upgrade with the Samsung Galaxy S20 series in the month of February 2021. Soon after that, Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 20, and Galaxy Z series will get the upgrade.
For most Samsung devices qualified for the upgrade, no upgrade will occur until after the month of April.
The new One UI 3.0 brings with it the start of a channel full of news headlines, games, and streaming media to users from Samsung. A simple right-swipe from the home screen will reveal these. There will also be free content on Samsung TV Plus.
So, when will Samsung Galaxy Note 9 & Galaxy S9 series get Android 11 One UI 3? Samsung is a manufacturer of a huge number of phones each year, so bringing new updates is certainly daunting for the company. Even before Samsung is done with the upgrade, Google announces another Android update, which means the cycle continues.
We can tell that Samsung Galaxy Note 9 & Galaxy S9 series will not get the Android 11 One UI 3 updates. Click here to find a full list of the Samsung devices that are eligible to get this upgrade.
The official information from Samsung has it that the upgrade will last ten months, and the list emphasizes Samsung’s policy of giving two major Android upgrades to its device and three major upgrades to flagship and mid-range devices. In this way, it is a sure thing that your phone will get this upgrade if it Android 9 Pie or Android 10 out of the box.
Although these two smartphones got the upgrade to Android Pie later, they originally came with Android Oreo 8.1. Therefore, the two phones will not get the One UI 3 Android 11 update.