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Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. According to a number of
new reports spreading like wildfire on the interwebs, Android 11 is making its way to owners of non-carrier-specific models with several days left until December 25.
Magenta customers unable to download and install the One UI 3.0 goodie pack on their Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra devices should “check back tomorrow or after December 22”, when said daily limit is set to be lifted, giving everyone plenty of time to unwrap their software gifts before Christmas Day.
based on multiple Reddit and
The rollout is without a doubt in its extremely early stages at the time of this writing, as suggested by the fact that
Magenta’s support webpages still list a routine December 1 security improvement as the latest official update delivered to the two Samsung powerhouses.
Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra, so it’s a little surprising to see the Note 20-series updates kicking off already. Let’s hope these OS promotions will not require a similar halt in the next couple of weeks, ruining the holidays made so special by this unexpectedly early rollout. Also, the ball is now squarely in Verizon’s court. Our original story follows below.
According to an
official Android 11 release schedule made public a couple of weeks ago, a grand total of only three
Samsung smartphones were supposed to receive the major new update by the end of the year.
One UI 3.0 rollout kicked off simultaneously for the 5G-enabled Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra at the very beginning of December, sparking hope for an early delivery on the even newer Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra powerhouses, at least in certain markets.
started their Android 11 upgrades last week on AT&T. As is often the case, the third-largest wireless service provider in the US treated only a small part of its eligible customers to the OS promotion initially, further spreading the love in the last few days judging by
a number of Reddit reports.
SamMobile can only confirm the start of the OTA One UI 3.0 delivery for the Note 20 duo in Slovakia, but many other European and Asian countries are naturally bound to follow suit very soon.
Galaxy S20-series update halt.
One UI 3 upgrade obviously depends on your specific region and carrier, you should definitely leave more than 2 gigs of storage space free before trying to download and install all those performance improvements, fresh security patches, and many other UI tweaks and add-ons no matter where you purchased your newest phone.
Galaxy S20 FE, Z Fold 2, Z Flip, and the S10 and Note 10 families, and we wouldn’t be surprised to see some of these updates start a little early too.