Samsung has finally launched Android 11 open testing for the flagship Galaxy S20 series of smartphones.
Anyone can already install the firmware, but so far only in South Korea. In the coming days, the manufacturer will open testing in other countries, including the USA, Germany, China, India, Great Britain, Poland, etc. Also, the beta version of Android 11 in a few days should receive smartphones Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
The test firmware is almost indistinguishable from the developer version that came out in September. Consequently, the system has a new proprietary One UI 3.0 shell. It added an updated interface and camera application, new programs “Calendar” and “Reminders”, the function of double-clicking on the desktop to lock the smartphone, new settings for Always-On Display and much more.