THE Samsung must distribute a beta version of Android 10 to Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ later this week: the update will come with the interface One UI 2.0 and news from Google like suggestions for actions in notifications. The Galaxy S10, S10 + and S10e can already test the update in some countries.
O official Samsung forum in South Korea it says that the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ will receive the One UI 2.0 beta “soon”. Explains that it will be necessary to wait for a banner on the Samsung Members home page to join the One UI Beta program. There are signs that this should occur next Thursday (24).
Meanwhile, Galaxy S10, S10 + and S10e owners are already getting a preview of Android 10 in South Korea, Germany, USA, Spain and Poland; France and India will be next on the list. UK users were also targeted, but the launch was interrupted because it “needs more testing”.
What’s new in Android 10 with One UI 2.0
O SamMobile brought together the main changes in One UI 2.0. You will be able to choose between gesture navigation created by Samsung, swiping from the bottom edge to use the Home, Back and Multitasking buttons; or the Google version, which involves swiping the sides to get back.
Night mode has turned into dark mode and manages to darken even your wallpaper. The digital wellness tool has gained a focus mode, which blocks certain apps temporarily, and parental controls.
The camera interface has been redesigned. More pop-ups appear at the bottom of the screen, where it is easier to reach with your finger. The lock screen may have shortcuts for functions, such as activating the do not disturb mode or the flashlight.
Notifications display suggestions for what to do: open an address received on Google Maps via WhatsApp, for example. And alerts appear in a smaller size on top of other apps to minimize disruptions.
The size of notifications has been reduced:
The new camera interface:
Pop-up interface before (Android 9) and after (Android 10):
With information: XDA Developers.