[Update: Dec. 22] T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint & AT&T Android 11 update tracker

NOTICE: We’ve compiled a comprehensive Android 11 update tracker – that will be updated frequently continuously – to serve our readers the latest information regarding Android 11 release on devices by major OEMs and carriers of the US, UK, Canada & Australia.

This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..

Original story (published on September 09, 2020) follows:

Earlier today, Google had announced that it will be releasing the Android 11 update for its Pixel smartphones today. Furthermore, the search giant also mentioned that the update will go live for select devices from other OEMs.

With Android 11, Google has introduced several new features including a new conversation notification design, Bubbles, new device and media controls, built-in screen recorder, improved share menu, and more.

Sticking to its word, Google has indeed begun rolling out Android 11 for its Pixel devices over the air. But like any other software update for Android phones. The update isn’t necessarily available to all users at the same time.

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There are several factors that affect the availability of a software update for Android phones and one such factor is mobile network carriers. Carriers tend to release updates once they conduct their own internal testing.

Thus, at times, carrier-branded smartphones receive software updates a tad later than unlocked units. This makes it hard to keep track of the availability of system updates since the release for carrier-branded and unlocked units differ.

But to make things easier for you, we’ve rounded up all the Android 11 eligible smartphones from the four major carriers in the US — T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint, and AT&T. And in this post, we will keep track of the Android 11 rollout for devices from all four carriers.

So all you need to do is head over to the section of the carrier for which you want to know more about the status of Android 11 below.

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NOTE: THE TABLES HERE HAVE BEEN MOVED TO THE BOTTOM OF THE STORY
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Update 1 (September 10)

IST 05:54 pm: According to Samsung’s overview of the One UI 3.0 pre-beta program, the Sprint and T-Mobile branded Galaxy S20 series will apparently get the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 beta first in the U.S.

Update 2 (October 07)

IST 10:30 am: Samsung has rolled out the One UI 3.0 beta for the Galaxy S20 series with the build number ZTJ3 in the U.S. The update is available for AT&T and Sprint models. Head here to know more.

Update 3 (October 08)

IST 10:05 am: It appears that T-Mobile users have also bagged the One UI 3.0 beta update on their Galaxy S20 series devices. Interested users can enroll for the beta via the Samsung Members app.

Update 4 (October 16)

IST 11:05 am: Samsung has released a new One UI 3.0 beta firmware for the Galaxy S20 series in the U.S. This update is available over the air as build number ZTJA.

Update 5 (October 22)

IST 10:08 am: The South Korean giant has finally started recruiting beta testers to try out One UI 3.0 on the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in the U.S. At present, Sprint and T-Mobile Note 20 series owners can enroll for the beta.

Update 6 (October 27)

IST 11:35 am: According to a user report, the One UI 3.0 public beta update is rolling out for the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S20+ model in the U.S. More details here.

Update 7 (November 12)

IST 04:33 pm: Users with the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra models from Sprint and T-Mobile are yet to get the One UI 3.0 beta update. Samsung was expected to release the beta for these carrier models as well, however, it didn’t. Full story here.

Update 8 (November 20)

IST 11:58 am: OnePlus 8 users with T-Mobile variants in the U.S. are yet to get the update to Android 11 on their devices. While carriers do delay software updates, it’s disappointing that users elsewhere got the update close to two months ago and T-Mobile OnePlus 8 users have to wait. Full coverage here.

Update 9 (November 27)

IST 04:40 pm: T-Mobile has added the OnePlus 7 Pro, OnePlus 7T, and the OnePlus 6T to the list of devices for which Android 11 is currently under development. It’s likely that the development of Android 11 is ongoing for the non-carrier branded models too.

Update 10 (December 03)

IST 10:05 am: Verizon has begun rolling out the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update for the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra in the U.S. The new update carries the build number ZTKH and brings the November patch.

IST 02:45 am: T-Mobile variants of the Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup in the US are likely to receive the One UI 3.0 (Android 11) update in the coming week, i.e., December 11. For more details, head here.

Update 11 (December 04)

IST 07:25 pm: Samsung has revealed its plans for the rollout of the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update for eligible devices in the U.S. You can head here to see the full story.

Update 12 (December 05)

IST 03:30 pm: T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S20 series users are claiming that they have begun receiving the One UI 3.0 update on their devices. The update bears the build number CTKH and weighs 2464.56 MB in size.

Update 13 (December 06)

IST 11:15 am: It appears that the Android 11 update is now under testing for the Samsung Galaxy A50 devices (running on the Sprint network) while the device still awaits One UI 2.5.

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Update 14 (December 08)

IST 10:30 am: While Sprint has not officially released the Android 11 update for the Samsung Galaxy S20 series yet, Sprint S20 series users can pop-in a T-Mobile SIM and install the update on their devices.

Pop a TMO sim in the phone (Doesn’t need to be active), do the update, then put the Sprint SIM back in. (Source)

Furthermore, the stable One UI 3.0 update has already begun rolling out to Sprint customers who are on the T-Mobile Network Experience (TNX) program as per a user report on Reddit.

Update 15 (December 12)

IST 11:10 am: The Android 11 based One UI 3.0 update has begun rolling out for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series in the U.S. For now, the update is only available on AT&T branded models. More details here.

Update 16 (December 14)

IST 10:28 am: An alleged screenshot of a chat between a user and a T-Mobile support rep. has surfaced wherein the support agent confirms that the One UI 3.0 update for the T-Mobile-locked Galaxy Note 20 series will be released this month itself.

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(Source)

IST 01:00 pm: T-Mobile has paused the One UI 3.0 (Android 11) rollout for the Samsung Galaxy S20 series in the U.S. The carrier has not divulged any other details regarding its decision to pause the update. More details here.

Update 17 (December 17)

IST 07:25 pm: After AT&T, the T-Mobile and Verizon Galaxy Note 20 series devices are expected to get the One UI 3.0 (Android 11) update from December-end as per recent reports.

Update 18 (December 18)

IST 02:18 pm: It seems that T-Mobile has released the One UI 3.0 update based on Android 11 for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series in the U.S. A user has shared a couple of screenshots of the software update page confirming the same.

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Update 19 (December 19)

IST 12:40 pm: After AT&T and T-Mobile, Verizon has released the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update for its Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra units.

Update 19 (December 22)

IST 05:09 pm: Samsung Galaxy A50 units on Verizon and U.S. Cellular might be under One UI 2.5 and One UI 3.0 (Android 11) testing as per a recent report. Find out more details by heading over here.

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    NOTE: Clicking/tapping on a concerned section in the index below will take you to the section/table of your interest.
INDEX for the US carrier trackers
Carriers (Click/tap to access the carrier’s tracker)
Verizon
T-Mobile
Sprint
AT&T
    Note: The tables below are being updated regularly as and when a new update rolls out for any of the eligible devices.

Carrier: Verizon

Sr. No. Device name Release status
1. Google Pixel 2 Released
2. Google Pixel 2 XL Released
3. Google Pixel 3 Released
4. Google Pixel 3 XL Released
5. Google Pixel 3a Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
6. Google Pixel 3a XL Released
7. Google Pixel 4 Released
8. Google Pixel 4 XL Released
9. Google Pixel 4a Released
10. Samsung Galaxy S20 Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
11. Samsung Galaxy S20+ Released
12. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Released
13. Samsung Galaxy S10
14. Samsung Galaxy S10+
15. Samsung Galaxy S10e
Sr. No. Device name Release status
16. Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite
17. Samsung Galaxy Note 10
18. Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
19. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G
20. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite
Sr. No. Device name Release status
21. Samsung Galaxy A51
22. Samsung Galaxy A50 Under testing
23. Samsung Galaxy A71 5G
24. Samsung Galaxy A11
25. Samsung Galaxy A21
Sr. No. Device name Release status
26. Samsung Galaxy A20
27. Samsung Galaxy A01
28. Samsung Galaxy A10e
29. Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2020)
30. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
Sr. No. Device name Release status
31. Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e
32. Samsung Galaxy Fold
33. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
34. Samsung Galaxy Xcover Pro
35. LG G8 ThinQ
Sr. No. Device name Release status
36. LG V50 ThinQ
37. LG V60 ThinQ
38. LG K51
39. OnePlus 8
40. Motorola Razr
Sr. No. Device name Release status
41. Motorola Edge+
42. Motorola Moto Z4
43. Motorola G Stylus
44. Motorola Moto G Power
45. Motorola Moto G Fast
Sr. No. Device name Release status
46. Nokia 3 V
47. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 – One UI 3.0 (Android 11) update expected by December-end
Released
48. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra – One UI 3.0 (Android 11) update expected by December-end
Released

Carrier: T-Mobile

    NOTE: If the table below is empty it means none of the devices have received Android 11 stable as yet. The entries will be done as and when the updates go live.
Sr. No. Device name Release status
1. Google Pixel 4 Released
2. Google Pixel 4 XL Released
3. Google Pixel 3a Released
4. Google Pixel 3a XL Released
5. Google Pixel 3 Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
6. Google Pixel 3 XL Released
7. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G Development
8. Samsung Galaxy S20 5G Public beta released
Stable rollout paused
9. Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G Public beta released
Stable rollout paused
10. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G Public beta released
Stable rollout paused
Sr. No. Device name Release status
11. Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G Development
12. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Development
13. Samsung Galaxy S10 Development
14. Samsung Galaxy S10+ Development
15. Samsung Galaxy S10e Development
Sr. No. Device name Release status
16. Samsung Galaxy A71 5G Development
17. Samsung Galaxy A51 Development
18. Samsung Galaxy A21
19. Samsung Galaxy A10e
20. OnePlus 8 Development
Sr. No. Device name Release status
21. OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren
22. OnePlus 7 Pro Development
23. OnePlus 7T Development phase
24. OnePlus 7T Pro Development phase
25. OnePlus 6T Development phase
Sr. No. Device name Release status
26. LG G8 ThinQ
27. LG V60 ThinQ
28. LG Stylo 6
29. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Released
30. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Released

Carrier: Sprint

    NOTE: If the table below is empty it means none of the devices have received Android 11 stable as yet. The entries will be done as and when the updates go live.
Sr. No. Device name Release status
1. Google Pixel 4 Released
2. Google Pixel 4 XL Released
3. Google Pixel 3a Released
4. Google Pixel 3a XL Released
5. Google Pixel 3 Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
6. Google Pixel 3 XL Released
7. Samsung Galaxy S20 Stable released (T-Mobile Network Experience)
8. Samsung Galaxy S20+ Stable released (T-Mobile Network Experience)
9. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Stable released (T-Mobile Network Experience)
10. Samsung Galaxy S10
Sr. No. Device name Release status
11. Samsung Galaxy S10+
12. Samsung Galaxy S10e
13. Samsung Galaxy Note 10
14. Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
15. Samsung Galaxy A51
Sr. No. Device name Release status
16. Samsung Galaxy A50 Under testingNEW
17. Samsung Galaxy A71 5G
18. Samsung Galaxy A21
19. Samsung Galaxy A20
20. Samsung Galaxy A11
Sr. No. Device name Release status
21. Samsung Galaxy A10e
22. Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019)
23. Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2020)
24. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
25. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
Sr. No. Device name Release status
26. LG G8 ThinQ
27. LG G8X ThinQ
28. LG V50 ThinQ
29. LG V60 ThinQ
30. LG Stylo 6
Sr. No. Device name Release status
31. LG Aristo 5
32. OnePlus 8
33. OnePlus 7 Pro 5G
34. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Public beta recruitment
35. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Public beta recruitment

Carrier: AT&T

    NOTE: If the table below is empty it means none of the devices have received Android 11 stable as yet. The entries will be done as and when the updates go live.
Sr. No. Device name Release status
1. Google Pixel 4 Released
2. Google Pixel 4 XL Released
3. Samsung Galaxy S20 Public beta released
4. Samsung Galaxy S20+ Public beta released
5. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Public beta released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
6. Samsung Galaxy Note 10
7. Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
8. Samsung Galaxy A51
9. Samsung Galaxy A71 5G
10. Samsung Galaxy A11
Sr. No. Device name Release status
11. Samsung Galaxy A01
12. Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e
13. Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2020)
14. Samsung Galaxy Fold
15. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
Sr. No. Device name Release status
16. LG G8 ThinQ
17. LG G8X ThinQ
18. LG V60 ThinQ
19. LG Velvet 5G
20. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
21. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Released

P.S. Please note, the devices listed in the table above are based on eligibility and other factors. It’s our compilation and not the official one. So you may expect some changes depending on the course of the concerned OEM.

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