Samsung has started the public beta program for One UI 3 for the Samsung Galaxy S20 series in South Korea and the United States. The public program comes a few weeks after the company had launched a developer-only program for the One UI 3 update.
The public beta program includes the entire Galaxy S20 lineup including the Galaxy S20 Ultra but excludes the recently announced Galaxy S20 FE. Samsung should also launch a One UI 3 public beta program for the Galaxy Note20 series sooner than later.
For now, the One UI 3 public beta program is only available to Galaxy S20 owners in South Korea and the US, with only the unlocked and T-Mobile variants supported in the latter region. However, the program is expected to expand soon to other countries including the United Kingdom, Poland, Germany, China, and India over the coming weeks. You can use the Samsung Members app to join the Android 11-based One UI 3 beta program for the Galaxy S20 lineup. Slots are limited in the public beta program so make sure to join as soon as possible.
Samsung has already detailed the changes in One UI 3. Apart from UI/UX improvements, the update brings all the Android 11 features to Samsung's skin and improves a number of system apps as well.