It has been a couple of weeks since the One UI 3.0 beta for the Galaxy S20 lineup was released. Samsung has already released multiple beta firmware for the handsets in markets like the United States and South Korea. It also continues to expand the beta program to other markets.
Users in China will now be able to take part in the beta program today. Samsung has started rolling out the first beta firmware for the Galaxy S20 series in the country. It goes without saying that the same will also be done for the Galaxy Note 20 series in the near future.
One UI 3.0 beta for the Galaxy S20 rolling out in China
The United States, United Kingdom, South Korea, Poland, Germany, China and India are the only countries where Samsung is conducting the beta program. Users across all of these countries are now able to try out Samsung’s latest firmware on their handsets after they have signed up for the beta.
Samsung is rolling out firmware version G98x0ZCU2ZTJG for the Galaxy S20 series in China. It’s the same version that was released as the second beta for users in the United States. The firmware fixes many of the bugs that were identified in the very first release.
The company has already confirmed that it’s going to release One UI 3.0 to the public before the end of this year. So it’s only a matter of time before everyone is able to take full advantage of all the new features in One UI 3.0.