Beta Program for Samsung One UI 2.0 Launched which Brings Android 10 to Galaxy S10

Samsung Galaxy S10

It has already been more than one month since Android 10 is released for the Pixel phone. Samsung is planning to bring the beta version for the Android 10 for the Galaxy S10 users. The company has mentioned that they will be starting the One UI 2.0 beta program which is the update to the custom skin. Samsung will now start providing Android 10 along with One UI 2.0 for its users in which users will get dark mode with the notifications getting smaller.

As of now, there is no announcement from Samsung about the regions which will be getting these updates. According to SamMobile, the update will be available in South Korea, Germany, and the US. The users of the Samsung Galaxy S10 will now be able to check the update in the Samsung Members app.

This new update which is based on Android 10 is available for Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy S105G, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10E models. The update for other counties will be released by Samsung in the next few weeks.

There are many new features that you can get in One UI 2.0 where you will get a new cleaner and easy to use interface. You will also get an enhanced dark mode in the new update of Samsung which will help you to reduce battery usage. The smart lock will help automatically adjusting the color of the lock screen display. It will also have a Focus mode which will help you to get rid of any distractions.

You need to first create an account on this link and then you can download the Samsung Members app. Now you need to log in to the app and then visit the notice where you can find One UI Beta Program Registration. After that, you need to fill the form and then download the software update.


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