Samsung One UI 3 update list, release date in India, features and everything you need to know


OneUI 3 release date, Update list and more: A UI 3 is the latest custom skin from Samsung. This skin is based on Google’s Android 11 OS platform and comes with many new features and improvements over the previous-gen One UI 2.5. Samsung has so far released two new versions of the custom skin, One UI 3.0 and One UI 3.1. The next One is built on UI 3.0. However, the One UI 3.1, introduced with the Galaxy S21 series, will be shipped with some new features not found in the older version. Samsung is launching an update for older devices, but not every One UI 3.1 feature will require some hardware. We will review the One UI 3.0 / One UI 3.1 update list, release date and features in this article.

Samsung One UI 3 Release Date

After a month-long beta test period, Samsung has launched a consistent One UI 3 update for qualified devices. A UI 3.1 with Android 11 above was recently available Galaxy S20 Series, Galaxy Note 20 Series, Galaxy Z Fold 2, Yet Galaxy Z Flip Smartphones. One UI 3.0 on Android 11, on the other hand, is available for download on most Samsung devices, including the flagship Galaxy S10 series of 2019.

A UI 3: List of eligible Samsung Galaxy smartphones

Samsung has announced the One UI3 update for some devices, from flagships to affordable Galaxy M series phones. The update is not yet widespread, but the company has promised to complete the rollout of One UI 3.0 / One UI 3.1 for eligible devices by the end of the year. The One UI 3.0 / One UI 3.1 update list is as follows:

Devices with a UI 3.1 qualification

A UI 3.1 device list – Galaxy S Series

  • Samsung Galaxy S20
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 +
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (5G)

A UI 3.1 device list – the Galaxy Note series

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

A UI 3.1 Device List – Galaxy Foldable

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
  • Fold the Samsung Galaxy
  • Fold Samsung Galaxy 2

A UI 3.1 device list – Galaxy A Series

  • Samsung Galaxy A71
  • Samsung Galaxy A51
  • Samsung Galaxy A90
  • Samsung Galaxy A80
  • Samsung Galaxy A70
  • Samsung Galaxy A50

A UI 3.1 device list – Galaxy F Series

A UI 3.1 Device List – Galaxy M Series

  • Samsung Galaxy M21
  • Samsung Galaxy M31 / Galaxy M30s

A UI 3.1 Device List – Galaxy Tab

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 / S7 +

Devices with a UI 3.0 qualification

A UI 3.0 Device List – Galaxy Note Series

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10+

A UI 3.0 Device List – Galaxy S Series

  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite
  • Samsung Galaxy S10E
  • Samsung Galaxy S10
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 +

A UI 3.0 device list – Galaxy A Series

  • Samsung Galaxy A01
  • Samsung Galaxy A10 / A10s
  • Samsung Galaxy A11
  • Samsung Galaxy A20 / A20s
  • Samsung Galaxy A21 / A21s
  • Samsung Galaxy A30 / A30s
  • Samsung Galaxy A31
  • Samsung Galaxy A40
  • Samsung Galaxy A50s

A UI 3.0 Device List – Galaxy M Series

  • Samsung Galaxy M01 / M01s
  • Samsung Galaxy M11
  • Samsung Galaxy M21s
  • Samsung Galaxy M31s
  • Samsung Galaxy M40
  • Samsung Galaxy M51
  • Samsung Galaxy M31 Prime

A UI 3.0 Device List – Tab Series

  • Galaxy Tab Active3
  • Galaxy Tab A7 10.4 2020
  • Galaxy Tab S5E
  • Galaxy Tab S6
  • Galaxy Tab S6 5G
  • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
  • Galaxy Tab A 10.1 2019
  • Galaxy Tab A8.0 2019
  • Galaxy Tab Active Pro

Samsung One UI 3.0 / One UI 3.1 Features

Both a UI 3.0 and a UI 3.1 are based on Android 11 – the latest flagship Android OS to be out now. The skin comes with a comprehensive change of notification shadow, re-ositioning of volume controls and some new features and design tweaks that give a new look and feel to local apps like gallery, contacts, phone and messages.

Features a UI 3.1

Samsung One UI 3 Features
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  • Single Take – Samsung One has added a single take feature in UI 3.1. It allows users to take multiple still photos and video formats simultaneously with just one tap.
  • Object Eraser Tool – The single take feature is supported by the Object Eraser tool, which helps to remove unwanted objects from your photos with a single tap.
  • Multi-mic recording feature – With this One UI 3.1 feature, users can record audio on Samsung Galaxy mobile phones as well as Bluetooth-connected devices such as the Galaxy Buds Pro. It only works when shooting videos in Pro mode.
  • New Eye Comfort Shield – It automatically adjusts the blue light to reduce eye fatigue. You can also set your device to automatically adjust screen colors based on the time of day or to personalize the schedule.
  • Private Share Feature – It allows you to remove metadata before sharing photos and control who can access the content or how long it has been available to the receiver.
  • Auto Switch Feature – The feature in One UI 3.1 makes it easy to switch from one Galaxy device to another with the Galaxy Buds Pro, Live and Buds + Earphones.

These are some of the important features of One UI 3.1. There is a director view feature that allows you to record simultaneously with all the lenses included in your Galaxy smartphone, but this is currently exclusive to the Galaxy S21 series. Skin One also offers UI 3.0 features, which we will discuss later.

Features a UI 3.0

Features a Ui 3
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  • Notifications – Notifications on One UI 3 have been restored. The skin gives you the opportunity to receive alerts in a simple and small form factor that takes up little space or detail – covering the entire top quarter of the show. These big pop-ups can benefit from extra extras like smart reply suggestions and more.
  • Redesigned volume controls – This is a noticeable change in One UI 3.0 compared to the previous generation Samsung custom skins. The volume bar is now curvaceous with all the information in the slider. Additionally, clicking / tapping on the three-dot icon to adjust the notification and ringtone volume extends the slider to the entire screen. The panel also has the option to toggle Google’s live title on / off.
  • Samsung Free – Samsung users will see a new ‘Samsung Free’ feature that leaves news and other information on the main panel on the home screen. The UI has also been restored with an easily scrollable feed and more.
  • Improved AOD and lock screen – Samsung’s One UI 3.0 also offers “better” always-on display and lock screen features. You can now set the Digital Prosperity Widget directly to the home screen so you can unlock your phone without the need for a tab on your phone usage. AOD, on the other hand, is said to be more energy-efficient.
  • Adjust menu longer – Samsung One has added related widgets to the app’s long-press menu with UI 3.0. This makes it easier for users to set up widgets.

In addition, an UI 3.0 comes with incoming call UI customization, new smart home controls and the ability to customize camera features such as auto-focus and auto-exposure. Samsung has revamped its internet app with a new design, more settings tweaks and the ability to open 99 tabs. A UI 3.0 supports Android 11 features such as a double-tap and dark theme scheduling, conversation notifications and chat bubbles to turn off the phone’s screen.


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