Beta program for Android 10 One UI 2.0 "coming soon" in Korea

Yolanda Curtis
October 11, 2019

For the moment, it looks like the Galaxy S10+ 5G will be left out of the initial release though Samsung could certainly decide to add it to the fold sometime later. The Galaxy S10 did not really innovate in that field either, and Samsung needs to pick up the pace.

Samsung will release a new flagship next year, the Galaxy S11, and new technology regarding the camera is under debate and testing.

Yes, you heard that right Samsung fans. Samsung's previous betas have hit China, France, India, Poland, Spain, and the United Kingdom. More specifically, those devices with service on Sprint or T-Mobile, as well as unlocked phones will be able to participate in the upcoming beta program. No word on AT&T or Verizon though they typically aren't included. Samsung will hopefully make a jump to 90Hz with the Galaxy S11, as well. You might remember that the Android Pie beta program was introduced to the Galaxy S9 series a year ago on November 15, while the Galaxy Note 9 joined the party on December 4. You can also pin multiple apps on the screen at once, so it's easy to watch video, text and browse the web at the same time.

Like another Asian giant manufacturer of smartphones, Huawei, it's now Samsung's turn to bring a periscope camera on one of their devices. You'll only see this option if the beta is live in your region.

Samsung has confirmed that it will soon kick off a beta test for its One UI 2 update, which will be based on Android 10. It also means that you'll get to use Samsung's One UI 2.0 update with Android 10 before the general public, though, which can be pretty exciting.

Of note is the addition of three models to the list of devices being promised monthly updates: Galaxy Fold, Galaxy A50, and Galaxy Xcover 4s, the last being surprisingly upgraded from quarterly updates, Android police reported on Tuesday.

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