Things are not going according to plan for Samsung as far as the Android 10 One UI 2.0 beta program is concerned. The company had delayed the Galaxy S10 beta by a day or so for countries in the first phase of testing, and a Samsung customer care representative has told one of our readers in Germany that the Galaxy Note 10 beta won’t be coming out until October 24.
The Galaxy Note 10 beta program was initially expected to start today, October 21, the same day the Galaxy S10 Android 10 beta is supposed to expand to more countries. In fact, Samsung UK is already pushing out the beta to Galaxy S10 owners in the country, so there’s still a chance the Galaxy Note 10 series will join the party today in some markets. As we had revealed last week, the Galaxy Note 10 beta program will be available in Germany, South Korea, the US, India, France, Spain, Poland, China, and the UK.
It’s worth noting that last year, the Galaxy Note 9’s Android Pie beta program started a little over two weeks after the Galaxy S9. Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ owners may have to wait as long before they can join Galaxy S10 owners in testing the next iteration of Samsung One UI and the tenth version of Android, or they may not. Only time will tell.
Thanks for the tip, Marcel!