Now that Android 10 is available for release, we're waiting for Samsung, the world's largest manufacturer of Android smartphones, to update its phone software based on the new operating system version. We usually expect the company to run a beta program in the fall, and SamMobile says it will do so again.
A trusted source has told the sales outlet that devices in the Galaxy S10 and Note10 series can access an Android 10 beta program from about the beginning of October. Following an announcement, US devices are the first to join, followed by some European devices. An announcement is expected to be released before the end of the month.
Samsung made a quick deployment of Android 9 Pie and its then-new One user interface for the Galaxy S9 last year. The beta release was launched in November and a stable release released update for certain EMEA countries on December 24th. The US had to wait an extra month for a final picture.
A loose knot to tie ̵
An Official UI 2.0 Moderator
An official Samsung community moderator from South Korea, whose forum title roughly translated into "Beta Operation Manager," has announced that it will release an Android 10 beta with the new One UI 2.0 user interface will be released soon. The first phones to receive the beta will be the Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10 +. The model S10 5G will have a separate announcement for the future.
The beta program does not have a specific start date yet, and the infographic below just asks members to wait a little longer, because Samsung wants to release the best possible build.
Instructions for signing up for the beta program can also be found: Open the Samsung Members app and tap on "One UI Beta Program Registration" in the "Notices" section under the Samsung Members home banner.
Hopefully, after the first launch in South Korea, a US release is not all that far off.