The latest Galaxy S20 One UI 3.0 beta is now being rolled out. As you'd expect, it brings fixes for a lot of bugs that have been discovered by beta testers. This just goes to show that the beta program is progressing nicely.
The entire idea behind a beta program is to weed out the bugs before the firmware is released to the public. This way, Samsung can harness the power of its community to find out what bugs need to be squashed. It has been doing that quite rapidly and sending out new beta firmware over the past few weeks.
New Galaxy S20 One UI 3.0 beta brings many bug fixes
Samsung has released firmware version G98xxKSU1ZTK7 as the latest Galaxy S20 One UI 3.0 beta. Since the program went live in different countries at different times, exactly what beta number this is depends on where you're based.
For users in the United Kingdom, this is beta 3. Germany was the first place to get the One UI 3.0 beta so there it's beta 5. In Samsung's home country of South Korea, this firmware is the fourth beta that the company has released so far.
The changelog mentions all of the bugs that have been fixed in this update. Take a look at the screenshot below for details on all of the fixes. Samsung has also updated One UI Home and the Samsung Internet browser through this new beta firmware.
The pace at which it's sending out One UI 3.0 beta firmware these days suggests that the final release may not be far off. Samsung did confirm previously that it will release the final One UI 3.0 firmware for all Galaxy S20 owners before the end of this year. The company seems to be well on track to do that before its self-imposed deadline.