OneUI 2.0 Based on Android 10 Coming to Galaxy S10 Lineup Soon

OneUI 2.0 Based on Android 10 Coming to Galaxy S10 Lineup Soon

OneUI 2.0 Based on Android 10 Coming to Galaxy S10 Lineup Soon

Google released Android 10 on September 3, and it was immediately available on its own Pixel phones.

A reliable source has told the outlet that devices in the Galaxy S10 and Note10 series will be able to access an Android 10 beta program from around the start of October.

Of course not... If history is any indication, the Galaxy Note 10 will enter the Android 10 beta stages a couple of weeks after the Galaxy S10 lineup.

The company has taken to both its Korean and U.S community forums to talk about the upcoming Android 10-based OneUI 2 beta.

For the sake of clarity, the Galaxy S10 family will include the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e. The Galaxy S10 5G is not listed, but according to the teaser from Korea, it will be added later on. You can check out the beta poster attached above, which says that the Samsung Members app will house a banner with details on the opening date. It's a safe bet we'll see this happen before the end of the month.

It's been over a month since Google released the stable version of Android 10 to the Pixels, but no Samsung user knows how it feels to run the stable build of Android 10 on their devices.

Beta testing means that you're dealing with pre-release software, so there could be some bugs if you do get into this Samsung beta.

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