It seems like we won’t have to wait long for the Galaxy S10 Android 10 One UI 2.0 beta. Samsung revealed on its official community forum in South Korea today that the Samsung Android 10 beta is “coming soon.” This is the first such acknowledgment that we have seen from the company regarding the beta.
Naturally, there’s a lot of interest in the upcoming beta. Samsung fans are waiting to see what improvements the company brings with One UI 2.0. Android 10, the next major iteration of Google’s mobile OS, brings several new features as well.
Galaxy S10 Android 10 One UI 2.0 beta program starts soon
We had exclusively revealed three weeks ago that the Samsung Android 10 beta program is going to be launched in October. South Korea will understandably be the first country to get the beta program. If history is any indication, it will be expanded to other countries like the United States soon enough.
A precise release date for the beta has not been confirmed as yet. The notice on the official forum only mentions that the beta is going to be out “soon.” Many will certainly be hoping to see it being rolled out this week. The notice does mention that the beta will be available for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+.
The Galaxy Note 10 isn’t on the list as yet. However, seeing as how the Galaxy Note 9 was included in last year’s Android Pie beta, the latest flagship may eventually be added to the program as well.
The procedure to enroll in the Galaxy S10 Android 10 One UI 2.0 beta will be the same as it was before. Interested users will have to register through the Samsung Members app. The slots will be limited to it would be better to sign up quickly once the beta goes live in your country. Samsung will then send out the One UI 2.0 beta firmware over-the-air to selected participants.
The beta program will run for a few weeks before Samsung releases the first stable build of Android 10 for the Galaxy S10. Since the rollout often takes time, prepare yourself for One UI 2.0 by signing up for one of our premium plans which give you the possibility of faster downloads of the latest Samsung firmware.
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