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Galaxy S10 5G gets Android 10 One UI 2.0 beta in South Korea

As Samsung had promised, the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta program for the Galaxy S10 5G is now live in South Korea. The 5G Galaxy S10 model’s hardware is a little different from the LTE Galaxy S10 models, which is why Samsung is holding a separate beta program for it, although it doesn’t look like Galaxy S10 5G owners outside South Korea will be getting beta access.

Galaxy S10 5G owners in South Korea can register for the beta from the Samsung Members app. A beta registration notice should be available in the app’s notices section, where one can enroll into the program after going through some terms and conditions. A backup via Samsung Smart Switch is recommended before installing the beta, as returning back to Android Pie requires a full reset of the device.

Samsung also released a second beta update for the LTE Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ in South Korea, Germany, and the US today, and we have our fingers crossed a beta program for the Galaxy Note 10 duo will be launched later in the day. We’ll keep you posted as things develop, so stay tuned.

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jiangs2
jiangs2

Monthly update and One UI 2.0 beta are released in the same day, and now we can’t get beta update if updated monthly update, so disappointing

jiangs2
jiangs2

it’s now fixed