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Samsung may be planning to upgrade up to 90 devices to One UI 3.0 and Android 11

Up to 90 devices may receive Android 11 and One UI 3.0. (Image source: TuttoAndroid)
Up to 90 devices may receive Android 11 and One UI 3.0. (Image source: TuttoAndroid)
A list of devices that will receive One UI 3.0 has appeared online, suggesting that Samsung may bring Android 11 to up to 90 smartphones and tablets over the next few months. The list includes representatives from Samsung Galaxy A, M, Note, S and Tab series, among others.

Samsung plans to upgrade up to 90 devices to One UI 3.0, according to a list that has been published online. According to @TheGalox_, the list has been confirmed, which includes the likes of the Galaxy S10 and Note 10, along with countless Galaxy A handsets. Unsurprisingly, newer devices like the S20 FE and Z Fold2 have made the cut.

We should point out that the list below does not contain 90 unique devices. There are multiple '5G' and '5G UW' variants, for example, which inflates the volume of devices somewhat. Additionally, it does not seem that Samsung has published this list itself - at least, we cannot find any official reference to it.

Samsung announced in August that scores of devices would be eligible for three Android OS updates, though. So, at the very worst, the list presented by @TheGalox_ may have been built from an earlier official one. According to Samsung Korea, we should start seeing stable One UI 3.0 builds from December. The new OS will reach flagships like the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20 series first, probably in Samsung's home market of South Korea. We would expect One UI 3.0 builds to start arriving in Europe and the US before the end of the year though, if the release of past One UI upgrades is anything to go by.

 

  1. Galaxy A Quantum
  2. Galaxy A01
  3. Galaxy A01 Core
  4. Galaxy A10
  5. Galaxy A10s
  6. Galaxy A11
  7. Galaxy A20
  8. Galaxy A20e
  9. Galaxy A20s
  10. Galaxy A21
  11. Galaxy A21s
  12. Galaxy A30
  13. Galaxy A30s
  14. Galaxy A31
  15. Galaxy A40
  16. Galaxy A40s
  17. Galaxy A41
  18. Galaxy A42 5G
  19. Galaxy A50
  20. Galaxy A50s
  21. Galaxy A51
  22. Galaxy A51 5G
  23. Galaxy A51 5G UW
  24. Galaxy A60
  25. Galaxy A70
  26. Galaxy A70s
  27. Galaxy A71
  28. Galaxy A71 5G
  29. Galaxy A71 5G UW
  30. Galaxy A80
  31. Galaxy A8s
  32. Galaxy A90
  33. Galaxy A90 5G
  34. Galaxy Fold
  35. Galaxy Fold 5G
  36. Galaxy M01
  37. Galaxy M01 Core
  38. Galaxy M10
  39. Galaxy M11
  40. Galaxy M20
  41. Galaxy M21
  42. Galaxy M30
  43. Galaxy M30s
  44. Galaxy M31
  45. Galaxy M31s
  46. Galaxy M40
  47. Galaxy M51
  48. Galaxy Note 10
  49. Galaxy Note 10 5G
  50. Galaxy Note 10 Lite
  51. Galaxy Note 10 Plus
  52. Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G
  53. Galaxy Note 20
  54. Galaxy Note 20 5G
  55. Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
  56. Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G
  57. Galaxy S10
  58. Galaxy S10 5G
  59. Galaxy S10 Lite
  60. Galaxy S10 Plus
  61. Galaxy S10e
  62. Galaxy S20
  63. Galaxy S20 5G
  64. Galaxy S20 5G UW
  65. Galaxy S20 FE
  66. Galaxy S20 FE 5G
  67. Galaxy S20 Plus
  68. Galaxy S20 Plus 5G
  69. Galaxy S20 Ultra
  70. Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G
  71. Galaxy Tab A 10.1 2019
  72. Galaxy Tab A 8.0 2019
  73. Galaxy Tab A 8.4 2020
  74. Galaxy Tab A7 10.4 2020
  75. Galaxy Tab Active Pro
  76. Galaxy Tab S3
  77. Galaxy Tab S5e
  78. Galaxy Tab S6
  79. Galaxy Tab S6 5G
  80. Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
  81. Galaxy Tab S7
  82. Galaxy Tab S7 5G
  83. Galaxy Tab S7 Plus
  84. Galaxy Tab S7 Plus 5G
  85. Galaxy XCover 4s
  86. Galaxy XCover Pro
  87. Galaxy Z Flip
  88. Galaxy Z Flip 5G
  89. Galaxy Z Fold2
  90. Galaxy Z Fold2 5G

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Alex Alderson, 2020-11- 9 (Update: 2020-11- 9)
Alex Alderson
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Prior to writing and translating for Notebookcheck, I worked for various companies including Apple and Neowin. I have a BA in International History and Politics from the University of Leeds, which I have since converted to a Law Degree. Happy to chat on Twitter or Notebookchat.