According to an anonymous tipster speaking with SamMobile, the upcoming Samsung Android 10 beta will launch by the end of this month. That Android 10 beta software would roll out in the United States and Europe in early October.
Last year, with Android 9 Pie, Samsung didn’t push out its beta program until November, so the fact that we could be seeing it launch before the end of September is a pretty significant improvement over last year (and certainly a major improvement over years prior). This would be yet another representation that Samsung is taking fast Android updates much more seriously than it ever has.
If the Samsung Android 10 beta program is up and running in October, it’s a pretty safe bet to assume that we would see most — if not all — major Samsung flagships on a stable version of Android 10 by the end of 2019.
We don’t yet know what Samsung would introduce with Android 10. At first, it’s likely the beta would only include stock improvements with Samsung-centric features slowly added as the beta program continues.
Are you excited for a Samsung Android 10 beta? Would you install it on your daily driver if it’s available for your device? Let us know in the comments!
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