Samsung to start beta testing of Android 10 and One UI 2.0 in October | Applications and Software

THE Samsung has not yet released details about the update for the Android 10, but you should do it soon: according to SamMobile, the beta program from One UI 2.0 for the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 will be announced later this month; cell phones in the US and some European countries will be able to test the update in October.

Android 10 with One UI 2.0

According to XDA Developers, Samsung is internally testing Android 10 with One UI 2.0 on the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 +, Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. The first beta could be launched to coincide with the Samsung Developer Conference, an event that takes place on October 29 and 30 in San Francisco.

We already know some details about Android 10 with One UI 2.0 thanks to a video from Brazilian youtuber Dudu Rocha, who tested a previous version on a Galaxy S10 +. Navigation gestures allow you to swipe up from the bottom edge to go to the home screen, just like on the iPhone; quick settings have one more line of icons in expanded mode; and the settings menu highlights the new privacy options.

In addition, Samsung will bring some features from Note 10 to the S10 line. This includes the native screen recorder and the “Link to Windows”, which allows you to synchronize notifications and mirror the mobile screen on the PC. According to Evan Blass, Live Focus Video will also be ported; it blurs the background in videos.

Last year, Samsung was relatively quick to update its main devices to Android 9 Pie. One UI 1.0 testing began in November 2018 on the Galaxy S9; by the end of December, it was already receiving the final version in some countries. (The S9 was updated in Brazil in February this year.)

Nokia, Xiaomi, Huawei and OnePlus have already confirmed which phones will be upgraded to Android 10. The Redmi K20 Pro and Essential Phone received the update on the same day as the GooglePixel line.

With information: SamMobile, XDA Developers.

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