Samsung has released a new Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta update for the Galaxy S10 series. This is the fourth Android 10 beta for Germany, South Korea, and the US, where the beta program was first launched, and the third beta for all other markets, such as India, Poland, France, Spain, and the UK.
The update should soon be rolling out in all these countries over the air (it is already live in Germany), comes with software version G97**XXU3ZSK9, and fixes a slew of bugs. You can download it on your S10e/S10/S10+ by tapping the Download and install option in the Software update menu of the phone’s Settings app.
The list of bug fixes for the latest beta update is shorter than previous updates, suggesting that Samsung is much closer to having the stable Android 10 update ready. In fact, Samsung has closed the Android 10 beta program in South Korea, which is another indication that the stable release might be around the corner. However, since these are beta updates, nothing is certain, especially if the latest beta introduces new issues that need fixing with another beta update.