Samsung will open One UI 2.0 beta based on Android 10 soon
As expected, Samsung is gearing up to release the One UI 2.0 beta based on Android 10 in the coming weeks. The company teased that the OneUI 2.0 beta is coming soon for the Galaxy S10 lineup in a post on its official community forum in South Korea. Beta participation will initially be exclusive to South Korean users before branching out to other regions.
The poster reveals that the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ will be the first to get the new firmware. There is also information that the Galaxy S10 5G will be added to the program later on. While the newer Note10 series is not on the list yet, this may change in time for the stable beta release.
Those who want to test out the new One UI 2.0 will have to register through the Samsung Members app but as with past releases, there will be limited spots. Once enrolled you will receive an OTA update with the new firmware. OneUI 2.0 will bring all of Android 10’s new features like improved privacy options, live captions, new navigation bar and more under the hood improvements.
My one ui is amazing on phone, actually it beats Nova in opening things.!
- 15 Oct 2019
What you mean "proper way"? Everything's still there. Learn how to use your phone. That is if you really have one cause it sounds like you don't.
- 09 Oct 2019
I just hope they go back to the proper samsung way of multi tasking
- 09 Oct 2019