Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite starts getting One UI 3.0 and Android 11 update. The owners of this phone started receiving One UI 3.0 along with Android 11, the update has been spotted first in France.
Four months have passed since Google released the stable version of Android 11 and Samsung, with its wide portfolio of phones, has several months of movement. We have already seen how the most ‘top’ models of 2020 and 2019 received their dose of One UI 3.0. Now it comes to one of the surprises of the last year.
Owners of a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite had the update planned for March 2021, so specifies the schedule published by Samsung itself. With that date in mind, the brand has decided to bring it forward a couple of months based on the first users who began receiving One UI 3.0 on their Galaxy Note 10 Lite.
The advance in the update of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite puts these high-end phones on par with their catalog siblings. Now Note 10 Lite owners in France have started spotting the update notice for software version N770FXXU7DUA8. This firmware is around 2GB and comes with the aforementioned One UI 3.0 and Android 11, plus the customary January security update.OS
The new software improves the look and feel of the layer by offering extra options for several of its apps. Notifications have more smart replies, notification bubbles are available, and privacy is improved with new one-time permissions among many other new features.
If you have a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite go check from the settings of your phone if you have the latest update available. It may still take several days (or weeks) until it expands to all phones.