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Samsung rolls out stable One UI 3 with Android 11 for Snapdragon Galaxy S10 and Note 10 in the US

Samsung is currently busy rolling out Android 11 OS update for some of its popular smartphones. The OEM also released an update schedule for the latest One UI 3 rollout. This includes some previous gen phones going all the way down to the Galaxy S10 from the S series, Galaxy M31 from the M-series, and also the popular Galaxy A10 from the A-series. You can checkout the complete OneUI 3 update roadmap in the following screenshot.

Samsung One UI 3.0 Android 11 Update Map

As you can see, the Galaxy S20, Note 20, and Fold 2 series update is complete. So if you haven’t received it on one of these devices mentioned above, you should visit settings > system updates > and check for OTA updates manually.

Moreover, Exynos variants of the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 have already started receiving Android 11. However, that’s not the case with North American variants. Due to carrier restrictions, the US variants mostly get the update last; even though they get the beta program first.

Starting today, a few US carriers including Verizon pushed stable Android 11 OTA for the Snapdragon Galaxy S10 devices. More carrier may join soon including T-Mobile, Sprint, At&T, and even the unlocked variants. So stay tuned!

Verizon Galaxy S10 Android 11 ota update with One UI 3

The OTA update brings all the Android 11 goodies and latest One UI 3 features. It features firmware build numbers N970USQU5ETLL for the Note 10 series. Additionally, the devices will also get One UI 3.1 firmware update from the latest flagship S21.

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