Samsung has officially kicked off the Android 10 beta program for the Galaxy S10 series, with users in specific countries now allowed to join the testing and install this early version of the operating system on their devices.
Samsung doesn’t specifically mention the countries where the new beta is available, but on the other hand, One UI 2.0 beta is likely to be offered to users in the United States, South Korea, and Germany, with more countries likely to be added soon.
Samsung Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10 5G are all supported by this early beta build.
Users who want to install this beta should keep in mind it’s pre-release software and some features might not work exactly as expected.
Note10 to be added soon
Samsung says the new Android update will be focused on improvements like an enhanced dark mode, digital wellness, new media controls, and other features that will make the rounds as they are added to the beta program.
“Designed to simplify and streamline interactions, One UI has brought a unified mobile experience to Galaxy devices. Since its launch, Samsung has been refining the UX, while also expanding its capabilities to help users focus on the tasks that matter. Features are further enhanced to make the experience more natural, seamless and efficient,” Samsung says.
With the program not available worldwide, users in supported countries can download and install the beta by registering through the Samsung Members app. Once they complete the process, the beta update should then show up on their device.
Samsung hasn’t said anything about the beta program for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, but it typically takes only a few weeks before this device is added to the testing as well. Most likely, a similar announcement for the Note 10 is expected in late October or early November.