It's that time of the year when Samsung launches a beta program for the upcoming major Android update. Google has decided to no longer name its Android versions after desserts so this year's update will simply be called Android 10. We already have a detailed page for those who want to check if their Galaxy smartphone or tablet will get the Android 10 update.
There's going to be a beta program before the update is released to the public. We have received some exclusive information about the Samsung Android 10 beta program for the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy S10.
Samsung Android 10 beta details
We have it on good authority from sources who have a solid track record that the Samsung Android 10 beta program is going to be announced towards the end of this month. It won't be long before the first beta build is released. The first Samsung Android 10 beta build is going to start rolling out in the United States and some countries across Europe in October.
Some of you may recall that the Galaxy S9 One UI (Android Pie) beta was launched in November last year. The company also opened up the beta for the Galaxy Note 9 later that month. There's no reason to believe so far that the Galaxy Note 10 will be excluded from the program this time around. Samsung ended up opening the beta to the Galaxy S8 duo and the Galaxy Note 8 as well. However, since those devices aren't eligible for the Android 10 update, there's no use hoping for a miracle.
Samsung went through the motions of the One UI beta program fairly quickly. The first stable Galaxy S9 Android Pie build was released on December 24, 2018. It was the fastest rollout of a major Android update from Samsung. Hopefully, we'll see a repeat of that for Android 10 as well.
Stay tuned as we'll be sure to bring you the latest information about the Android 10 beta for Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 as soon as it comes in. Who's excited?!