Samsung One UI 2.0 beta for S10 officially launches in three more countries

Got a Galaxy Note 10 series phone? Then the One UI 2.0 beta is available for you in some countries.

Update, October 24, 2019 (09:50 AM ET): According to SamMobile, the Samsung One UI 2.0 beta program for the Galaxy S10 family is now live in three more countries, bringing the total to six altogether. The three new countries are India, Poland, and France. These three join the previous three: Germany, South Korea, and the United States.

If you own the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, or S10e in any of these six countries, you can register your interest in joining the beta through the Samsung Members app. Space is limited, so the sooner you sign up the better.

It is likely the Samsung One UI 2.0 beta will also go live for the Galaxy Note 10 family in various countries soon, but for now, it’s limited to the S10 family.


Original article, October 16, 2019 (05:00 AM ET): Samsung’s One UI 2.0 beta program is already available in Germany, South Korea, and the US, giving Galaxy S10 and users a taste of Android 10.

It’s not quite a widespread beta initiative then, but SamMobile reports that the beta program will soon land in six more countries.

According to the outlet, the Samsung One UI 2.0 beta will open up to users in China, France, India, Poland, Spain, and the UK. It hasn’t disclosed a specific launch date for these markets, beyond saying it will launch in the “near future.”

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One UI 2.0 introduces an improved dark mode, automatic color adjustments for text on the lock screen, and tweaked notification designs. Samsung’s latest Android skin also serves up a focus mode and a tweaked device care menu (for storage and battery management).

The new version of One UI also reportedly adds Google’s navigation gestures, screen recorder functionality (on the S10 series), and new animations.

News of the beta comes as Xiaomi reveals its MIUI 11 rollout plans for India, with devices set to get the update from this month. Which Android skin do you prefer? Give us your pick in the comments below!

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