Samsung is already testing its proprietary One UI 3.0 shell based on Android 11, and now a new page has appeared on the company’s website in Malaysia, which presents the main innovations in One UI 3.0.
One of the innovations is a redesigned Quick Bar that includes Android 11 media controls, allowing users to easily switch between different media playback sources and controls.
The number of categories on the dynamic lock screen has also been doubled – the choice has been increased to 10. Full-screen video calls will also be added.
Good Lock will also learn new tricks. Wonderland will let you create wallpapers that move and respond to your phone’s movement, while Pentastic lets you customize S Pen Air commands, pointer, and associated sound settings.
Additionally, some of the Galaxy Z Fold 2’s features will be available for the Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+.
The small print under the images on the site promises the launch of One UI 3.0 in November. Samsung has yet to officially provide a list of supported devices, regions, and roadmap. But most likely (given the current beta testing schedule), the S20 family will be among the first.