Samsung started revealing the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 firmware update for the Galaxy S10 series in the first week of January. The update appeared in Europe yet it’s presently at long last advancing on the Galaxy S10 series in the USA. It’s turning out for the unlocked models, however transporter variants ought to get a similar treatment ultimately.

The Android 11/One UI 3.0 update for the Galaxy S10 series in the USA shows up somewhat later than anticipated, particularly now that it’s been a month and a half since the initial rollout occurred in Europe. Notwithstanding, as a large number of you are presumably mindful, Samsung had to pull the initial release because of unknown issues for about a week prior to continuing it.

Whatever wasn’t right with the initial release ought to have just been fixed, and Galaxy S10 series proprietors in the USA can now at long last join the One UI 3.0 party that started toward the start of the year. They’ll appreciate another and revamped UI with a modernized look all through the UI and first party applications, new alarms and notifications, new lock screen features and significantly more.

Unlocked Galaxy S10 proprietors in the USA ought to have the option to download the new firmware update — recognized by firmware version G97xU1UEU4FUA4 — by opening Settings on their phones, exploring to Software update and picking the Download and install option. Then again, they can look for and download the firmware from our archive and install it on their phones manually utilizing a PC.

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