Android 11 has been floating around for months now, but Samsung has finally flipped the switch and it rolling out the update for its Galaxy S20 lineup.
While we’d like to say that everyone who owns a Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra will be able to download Android 11 right now, sadly, that’s not the case. If you live in the US, the new Android 11 update with One UI 3.0 is currently making its way to Galaxy S20 smartphones from Verizon. The unlocked variants of Samsung’s Galaxy S20 smartphones and those sold by other service providers have yet to receive any Android 11 update notifications, but we expect that to happen within the next few days or weeks.
The bigger news is that quite a few more Samsung customers across Europe have been treated to the Android 11 update with One UI 3.0 as well. Users across France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Sweeden, Norway, and the UK have reported that the update is making its way to Samsung’s 2020 flagship smartphone lineup.
If you own a Galaxy S20 device and have not yet received an update notification to download Android install Android 11 on your device, you can manually ping Samsung’s servers by going to Settings > Software update > Download and install.
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Source: Android Authority