Most of the Samsung smartphones has already received One UI 3.0 update based on Android 11. And many of the Samsung devices are already in queue to get the Samsung One UI 3.0 OTA update.
If you have not received One UI 3.0 update based on Android 11 then you can find the update date for your device.
And the Samsung mobile users who has already received One UI 3.0 update based on Android 11 can see the new features added in this update.
This update is very useful for your Samsung device because One UI 3.0 update based on Android 11 brings many new features to your devices.
It also bring overall system performance improvements, enhanced user interface and advanced security features.
Samsung one UI 3.0 update list
There are so many devices which have already received one UI 3.0 update and some are yet to get this update.
Here we have provided two different lists. Out of these two lists, first list includes devices name which are eligible for One UI 3.0 update based on Android 11.
Samsung eligible devices for one UI 3.0 update
The Samsung devices listed below in first table are yet to receive one UI 3.0 update in upcoming days.
|Galaxy A30||Jul 2021|
|Galaxy M40||Jul 2021|
|Galaxy Tab S5e (LTE)||Jul 2021|
|Galaxy Tab S5e (Wi-Fi)||Jul 2021|
|Galaxy A31||Jul 2021|
|Galaxy M11||Jul 2021|
|Galaxy A21s||Jul 2021|
|Galaxy M01||Jul 2021|
|Galaxy Tab A7(LTE)||Jul 2021|
|Galaxy Tab A7(Wi-Fi)||Jul 2021|
|Galaxy A12||Jul 2021|
|Galaxy A10||Aug 2021|
|Galaxy A10s||Aug 2021|
|Galaxy A20||Aug 2021|
|Galaxy A20s||Aug 2021|
|Galaxy A30s||Aug 2021|
|Galaxy Tab A 10.1(Wi-Fi)||Aug 2021|
|Galaxy Tab A 10.1(LTE)||Aug 2021|
|Galaxy Tab A8.0(LTE)||Aug 2021|
|Galaxy M01 Core||Aug 2021|
|Galaxy M10s||Sep 2021|
|Galaxy Tab A8.0(Wi-Fi)||Sep 2021|
Samsung devices update to one UI 3.0
Second list includes the device name which has already upgraded to One UI 3.0.
If your device is included in this list but you have not get the One UI 3.0 update then you can go to settings and then software and check for the latest update available.
|Galaxy A50/A50s||Mar 2021|
|Galaxy A70/A70s||Mar 2021|
|Galaxy A80||Mar 2021|
|Galaxy Tab S6||Mar 2021|
|Galaxy A71||Mar 2021|
|Galaxy M51||Mar 2021|
|Galaxy M31s||Mar 2021|
|Galaxy Tab S6 Lite||Mar 2021|
|Galaxy Note10Lite||Feb 2021|
|Galaxy A51||Feb 2021|
|Galaxy M30s||Feb 2021|
|Galaxy TabS7+(Wi-Fi)||Feb 2021|
|Galaxy Tab S7(LTE)||Feb 2021|
|Galaxy Fold||Jan 2021|
|Galaxy S10e/S10/S10+||Jan 2021|
|Galaxy Note10/10+||Jan 2021|
|Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G||Jan 2021|
|Galaxy M21||Jan 2021|
|Galaxy M31||Jan 2021|
|Galaxy TabS7+(LTE)||Jan 2021|
|Galaxy S10 Lite||Dec 2020|
|Galaxy Z-Flip||Dec 2020|
|Galaxy S20/S20+/S20FE||Dec 2020|
|Galaxy S20 Ultra5G||Dec 2020|
|Galaxy Note20||Dec 2020|
|Galaxy Note20 Ultra5G||Dec 2020|
All Samsung devices will get update according to the timeline given above in the table. But Update schedule & eligible models could be changed if Samsung encounter any issues.
Samsung says that providing a continued great experience is its first priority.
Samsung can also halt the update rolling out process any time, when an emergency fix is occurred.