Samsung had announced the One UI 3.0 beta program for the Galaxy S20 series last month. Earlier today, the company started rolling out the pre-beta version of its new software to registered developers in South Korea and the US. You can also read the complete changelog for the newer version of One UI in our previous article.
The first screenshots of One UI 3.0 have now started to appear on the internet, showcasing the design changes that Samsung is bringing with its Android 11-based software. Since the beta program is in its early stage, we currently don’t have all the screenshots right now. However, we will have more to talk about when the public beta version of One UI 3.0 starts rolling out.
As you can see in the images below, the current build of One UI 3.0 beta appears quite buggy. The media controls widget UI has a few UI bugs. The quick settings panel now has a blur effect, and the Media and Devices sections take the screen’s whole width. The most recent app has a slightly bigger card in the multitasking menu, and the other app cards are dimmed.
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