Android 11-based One UI 3 update is now rolling out for the Galaxy M30s
Samsung’s incredible streak of Android 11 and One UI 3.0 firmware updates continues, as this week’s beginning has marked the release of the highly-anticipated firmware update for the Galaxy M30s. The rollout is presently taking place in India though additional markets should follow suit, and the update includes the January 2021 security patch.
The new firmware update for the Galaxy M30s in India is identified by firmware version M307FXXU4CUAG. The update weighs nearly 2GB so it’s advised to look for an active Wi-Fi network before downloading. This will save you some time and data if necessary.
What can you expect from the Galaxy M30s running One UI 3.0?
The biggest highlight of One UI 3.0 is the reworked user interface. It continues to uphold the values of previous One UI versions, so ease of use is at the forefront. However, virtually every UI element was more or less redesigned for a modern look and a more comfortable, user-friendly experience.
There are a ton of other features that we’ve discussed at length before, though keep in mind that not every One UI 3.0 element will be present for the Galaxy M30s. It’s still a budget phone after all, and hardware limitations will prevent some newer features to be included within this latest firmware release.
As always, you can try to update your phone by opening Settings and tapping Download and install under Software update. You can also refer to our firmware archive where new Samsung firmware is being uploaded regularly. SamMobile readers can download the firmware for free and install it on their phones using a Windows PC.