Samsung had welcomed the Galaxy Note 10+ to the One UI 3.0 beta program a couple of days ago but the initial release was limited to Samsung’s home country of South Korea. Thankfully for Galaxy Note 10 owners elsewhere who may want to test the latest beta firmware, Samsung has just extended the beta program and made it available in the UK.
The One UI 3.0 beta firmware in the UK is reportedly available for both the Galaxy Note 10 as well as the Galaxy Note 10+. Samsung fans in the UK who may want to test the latest beta firmware for themselves can do so after joining the beta program through the Samsung Members app.
One UI 3.0 beta should soon reach the Galaxy Note 10 in EU markets
Samsung has so far released the One UI 3.0 beta firmware for the Galaxy Note 10 series in South Korea and the UK, but it’s almost a guarantee that the company will bring the beta program to key markets across the European continent in the coming weeks. We’ll keep you up to speed as soon as this happens.
Keep in mind that although One UI 3.0 is bringing a handful of new features, a beta release is always susceptible to bugs and issues with varying degrees of severity. If the Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10+ is your only phone, you may want to avoid downloading the beta firmware as there’s always a risk of some features not working as intended.
If you decide to wait until Samsung is ready to release the first public One UI 3.0 build for the Galaxy Note 10 series then you might have to wait for a few more months. Samsung will first bring the firmware update to its more recent devices including the Galaxy Note 20 series, after which it will shift its focus on older phones. The Galaxy Note 10 lineup will likely receive the first public One UI 3.0 / Android 11 build in early 2021.