Samsung launched its Android 10 beta with the Galaxy S10, just a few weeks back. Already, the company has an update for the devices. In addition to this, Android 10, One UI 2.0 beta program will now include Galaxy Note 10+ and Note 10 users as well. In fact, it is already live for users in South Korea, the US, and Germany. Users can now expect bug fixes, clean-up for the fingerprint security issue, and so much more. Some problems that are being fixed include a stubborn crashing issue with “android.process.media” and the issue of the dark mode not getting activated when the battery saver mode is on. For those already in the Galaxy S10 Android 10 beta program, the update will soon be rolled out for them. They will also receive a few new features, such as Auto Hotspot and slow-motion videos from the front-facing camera.
Sometime earlier this month, the company announced the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta for the Galaxy S10 series. This meant that the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and the Galaxy S10e will all receive Android 10 exclusive features! Besides this, some UI changes were also released aimed at improving the software. One great example of this is that the volume bar and the caller notification are no longer that large. Instead, their sizes have been reduced to offer a better and non-intrusive user experience.
Note 10 Android 10 One UI Beta
The latest announcement by Samsung includes the news that One UI 2.0 beta is on its way to the Note 10 series soon. However, the company has not mentioned the exact time for this. One thing we do know is that this beta program would be available for all Galaxy Note 10 users regardless of whether they are using a carrier-locked or unlocked device. You can participate in the beta using the Samsung Members app after it gets started. Some features you might be able to notice in the Note 10 phones that are featured from the Galaxy S10 series are discussed below.
Besides the UI changes, the One UI 2.0 beta for the Galaxy S10 series now brings the Dark Mode to the home screen so that users don’t experience eye fatigue as they use it at night. One great thing this dark mode can do is to adjust the brightness of the text, images, and display colours, giving you less stress. The cherry on the top is that the Dark Mode is designed to improve battery life by reducing battery use.
The Smart Lock Screen features some tiny changes as well. You will now notice that the screen can automatically adjust the text colour. Apart from this, you will find Focus Mode and other tools to help you use the device better. This is aimed at improving your digital wellness. Do you want to be the first one to receive Samsung updates? You can join their beta program by signing up via their Samsung Members app.