Samsung Galaxy S20 equipped with One UI 3.0 has passed Wi-Fi certification, and the stable version is expected to be launched soon

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Samsung has tested the One UI 3.0 beta based on Android 11 on the Galaxy S20 series models, and this Thursday several Galaxy S20 phones equipped with Android 11 have passed the Wi-Fi Alliance certification . This indicates that the main development work of Samsung One UI 3.0 has been completed, indicating that Samsung will soon release its One UI 3.0 non-beta firmware for the Galaxy S20.

SamMobile found some basic Galaxy S20 models in the Wi-Fi Alliance database running Android 11. Such certificates apply to Galaxy S20 LTE and 5G, including Samsung Galaxy S20 international and US market models.

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Naijatechnews.com has learned that the certified models are currently limited to the basic version, and the Samsung Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra have not yet been certified.

Of course, there may be some differences between models in Europe and the United States and Asian models. Samsung said last month that Samsung Galaxy S20 series National Bank’s One UI 3 and Android 11 beta experience is expected to be carried out in mid-to-late October, so the stable version is expected Will come later than the American and Korean versions.

Samsung Galaxy S20 equipped with One UI 3.0 has passed Wi-Fi certification, and the stable version is expected to be launched soon

Samsung Galaxy S20 equipped with One UI 3.0 has passed Wi-Fi certification, and the stable version is expected to be launched soon

Samsung Galaxy S20 equipped with One UI 3.0 has passed Wi-Fi certification, and the stable version is expected to be launched soon

Samsung Galaxy S20 equipped with One UI 3.0 has passed Wi-Fi certification, and the stable version is expected to be launched soon

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