Samsung recently promised three years of Android OS upgrade for its flagship phones starting the Galaxy S10 series. The manufacturer delivered on its promise by starting a beta program for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series. Looks like the beta program is on the verge of completion as the stable One UI 3.0 OTA update just popped up for the Note 10 series in Germany, Europe.
Stable Android 11 update is now available in Europe for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, with Germany being the first country to receive it. It features a new firmware build number N975FXXU6ETLL for the regular Note 10. The OTA was first spotted on SamFrew – a database that reports the latest firmware build numbers for Samsung devices.
As for the Note 10+, it features build number N975FXXU6ETLL. Note 10+ 5G is also receiving stable One UI 3.0 OTA in Switzerland and Spain with build number N976BXXU6ETLL.
Earlier last week, Samsung surprised users in India and Spain by rolling out a stable Android 11 OTA update to the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite device. It is imminent that the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ will receive One UI 3.0 anytime soon now. So stay tuned!
The OTA features December 2020 security patch level with all the Android 11 goodies. On top of that, you get Samsung’s One UI 3.0 skin with all the latest features and apps. Checkout all the One UI 3.0 features here.
The easiest way to download the One UI 3.0 firmware update is by visiting Settings -> Software update -> Download and install. Alternatively, you can download the full stock firmware using SamFirm or Frija tools and install using Odin FlashTool.