Samsung reveals details of its Android 11-based One UI 3.0 custom operating system

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South Korean tech giant Samsung has highlighted some of the key features of the upcoming One UI 3.0 — Android 11-based custom OS from Samsung — on its Malaysian website.
The OneUI 3.0, which is expected to be rolled out in November, is claimed to “provides you with meaningful innovations and improves your everyday life, ensuring that you adapt in the ever-changing world.”
Samsung is said to roll out an enhanced Quick panel that is said to make it easy for users to switch back and forth between their music and videos. Further, the improved Notification panel is expected to house more information even when the phone is locked.
Specifically for Galaxy Z Fold 2, OneUI 3.0 is said to be optimized for screen size. When unfolded, apps will adjust to the main screen, however, when it is folded back, they adjust again which is an alleged seamless transition. With the upcoming customOS, features such as Dual Preview and Rear Cam Selfie will be available on Galaxy Fold.
Another new feature that will be part of OneUI 3.0 is full-screen video calls that will include support for AR emoji masks that will be able to imitate a user’s facial expressions.
For those unaware, Samsung started testing One UI 3.0 beta based on Android 11 for Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy S20 series smartphones in India in October.
To register for the beta program, users will require a tap on One UI beta banner on the top of the Samsung Members app. As soon as the registration process is over, users are likely to receive an OTA update notification with beta firmware version G98xFXXU5ZTJF.

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