Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra Update Tracker: Android 11 Beta Program is Now Live

Samsung unveiled their 2020 flagship S series (Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra) a couple of months ago, and they stated what the Samsung S series device stands for: beauty with power. Since its launch worldwide, everyone has been talking to them, as it turned out to be better than what was expected of Samsung with this year’s S series devices. It comes with the best of the best in every department, be it camera, display, design, or even software. Samsung’s software for mobile devices got a revamp back in 2018 as a much-polished version of TouchWiz was launched under the name One UI.

Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra Software Update Tracker

We will take a look at how Samsung is handling updates for the beloved Galaxy S20 devices, from software tweaks, performance improvements, bug fixes, and monthly security patches to Android OS updates. No matter how packed the internals are, the software holds it all together, and we will see how Samsung takes care of its flagship S series devices of 2020.

September 10: In the US and South Korea, the Samsung Android 11-based One UI 3.0 beta program begins for Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra.

May 1: Samsung has started rolling out a new update to Galaxy S20 Ultra, S20+, and S20 devices with a May 2020 security patch. The update also brings some minor bug fixes and stability improvements. The size of the latest update is around 170MB.

April 22: Samsung is seeding a new OTA update in Europe bearing the build number G98xBXXU1ATD3 for the S20 series. The update brings stability and bug fixes, including the green tint bug.

March 31: The Galaxy S20 family has received a new update with build number G98x0ZHU1ATCT that includes the April 2020 security patch level and some general camera improvements. The rollout has begun in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Korea.

March 13: Exynos 990-powered all three S20 international models have started recovering new firmware update that comes with build number G98xFXXU1ATC1 and weighs 150MB. The update includes the March 2020 security patch. A detailed changelog of the firmware is yet to be revealed.

March 5: The build versions G981NKSU1ATC2, G986NKSU1ATC2, and G988NKSU1ATC2 are hitting the S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra, respectively. It improves touch gestures, camera quality(better auto and manual focus), and functionality.

February 25: The first Galaxy S20 Ultra update with firmware version G988NKSU1ATBR (418MB) has started rolling out in South Korea. The update brings the March 2020 Android security patch and improves the quality and auto-flash of the camera.

When will we see Android 11 in the Galaxy S20 Series?

Update September 8: As Google has released the final build of Android 11 as well as its source code, Samsung may roll out a stable Android 11 update based on One UI 3.0 for Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra from October 2020.

On November 28, 2019, Samsung started rolling out Android 10-based One UI 2.0. Now, with just three months down the line, this seems like a pretty early time to talk about the next OS update, but there have been some developments recently regarding Android 11 from Google. Google recently launched the Android 11 developer preview version, hinting towards an early Android 11 release. If that happens, Samsung will make the most of it and probably launch One UI 3.0 by the end of October or in the early days of November.

One UI Design

Samsung’s very own version of Android, the One UI, was received well by the audience when it debuted in 2018. One UI holds true to Samsung’s promise of delivering a beautiful UI that is user-friendly but also customizable at the same time. Before One UI, Samsung was slow with updates, but now they perform much better with their recent software services. We are already running the second iteration of One UI on the Samsung Galaxy S20 devices, and now people are eagerly waiting to see what Samsung has on offer this time around.

About Samsung Galaxy S20 Family

The 2020 flagship Samsung Galaxy S20 devices come with the best specifications one could ask for. Top-of-the-line Snapdragon 865, 120Hz Super AMOLED QHD+ curved displays with a really small punch hole(the resolution needs to be lowered to FHD+ for the display to run at 120Hz), water resistance, wireless charging, glass and metal body design with gorilla glass 6, absolutely stellar camera configuration with the Galaxy S20 Ultra model having an extraordinary 108MP sensor and so on. The S20 family currently runs on One UI 2.1 based on Android 10. In simple terms, these devices have all the best features imaginable in a phone, but they are not easy on the pocket by any means. The S20 model comes at a price tag of 1000 USD, the cheapest among the three. So if you can afford one, it is simply one of the best phones in the market, if not the best.

galaxy s20 family

Model Numbers Differences

Here, we will see about all the S20 devices, including both the 5G variant and the 4G variant. All of these devices will have the same software version running on them, but the model numbers on all of them are different.

Region/ CarrierGalaxy S20Galaxy S20+Galaxy S20 Ultra
- Bell Mobility
- Rogers
Hong Kong
EuropeSM-G980F (4G)
- LG U+
- KT
United Kingdom
- Carphone
- Warehouse
- Vodafone
- O2
- iD Mobile
- EE
- Unlocked
SM-G981B (5G)
United States
- AT&T
- Sprint
- T-Mobile
- US Cellular
- Xfinity Mobile
- Charter Spectrum

Amal is a tech worm who always keeps an eye on the latest tech news. Writing for tech related stuff is his passion. At DealNTech, he is responsible to update the readers with the latest phone news. Email: [email protected]

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