Samsung is releasing the One UI 3.0 Beta update to a number of new devices. One UI 3.0 is the latest custom firmware by Samsung. The build is based on Android 11 and is expected to hit the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite very soon.
First, Samsung released the One UI 3.0 beta update on the Galaxy S20 and S20 Ultra. Then, the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 received the first One UI 3.0 build. Now, Samsung is testing the latest One UI 3.0 update on the Galaxy S10 Lite.
First One UI 3.0 Android 11 firmware for Galaxy S10 Lite leaked
Reddit user Fantastic-Lime-3420 has posted a screenshot showing a new Android 11 firmware being tested for the Galaxy S10 Lite. CheckFirm, a mobile app for Android, shows a test firmware based on Android 11 One UI 3.0 for a Samsung phone with the model number SM-G770F. The CSC code for this particular firmware is XSG, which means the update is being tested in the UAE (United Arab Emirates).
There is no official One UI 3.0 Beta program for the Galaxy S10 Lite just yet. However, considering that Samsung is already working on a test firmware for this phone, a Beta program is on its way.
How to apply for the Galaxy S10 Lite One UI 3.0 Beta Program?
When the Beta program goes officially live, there will be two ways to receive the update. The first one is through the Samsung Members app, and the second one is by downloading the OTA file and manually installing it.
When Samsung announces the One UI 3.0 Beta program for the Galaxy S10 Lite, it will show a notification through the Samsung Members app. Consumers will be able to sign up and join the program using this app.
The second way to update your phone is by manually downloading the OTA/firmware file and flashing it on your device. We will have a detailed guide on how to do so once the One UI 3.0 build goes live.