Android 11 is continuing its rollout by hitting Samsung's 2020 Galaxy flagships on AT&T.
The AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra are now receiving their upgrade to One UI 3 with Android 11. Folks on Reddit and Twitter say that they've gotten an upgrade to Android 11 that weighs in at more than 2GB, meaning you'll probably want to find a speedy Wi-Fi connection before you start downloading.
If you've got a Galaxy Note 20 on AT&T, you should be on the lookout for an update to version N981USQU1CTL2, while Note 20 Ultra owners will get version N986USQU1CTL2. The updates are now rolling out over the air, but you can check for them manually by going into Settings > Software update > Check for updates.
The Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra on AT&T recently got their updates to Android 11, too. Several people on Reddit say that they've gotten their upgrades over the past few days, and AT&T's support page confirms that the Android 11 update is rolling out.
Galaxy S20 owners on AT&T will be updated to version G981USQU1CTKH, while S20+ users will get version G986USQU1CTKH and S20 Ultra owners will get G988USQU1CTKH. These updates are all around 2.5GB, so be ready for a big download with your update arrives.
The upgrade to One UI 3 with Android 11 brings a lot of improvements. Samsung says that its made its motion effects and animation smoother, and the camera has gotten improved autofocus and exposure. The Quick Panel has been simplified and made easier to use, and you can now use different profiles with One UI to keep your personal and work lives separate. And there's now a dedicated section for conversations in your notification shade to make it easier to keep up with your incoming chats.