(Update: Second Beta Released) Galaxy S10 One UI 3.0 Beta Now Open

Update (Dec 14): The second beta version for Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ & Galaxy S10e is now available to install. The latest firmware version ends with ZTL8 is here with lots of improvements and bug fixes. It solves UI animation is not smooth, camera force close, camera crash, and other known issues. It also stabilizes third-party apps, fingerprints, and other features. The second beta for Galaxy S10 has dispatched in South Korea & India, and in a matter of time, it will release in other countries.

Original Article Follows: Samsung has finally started to roll out One UI 3.0 Beta update for its last year flagship phones – Galaxy S10, S10+, S10e & S10 5G models. As promised by Beta Operation Manager last week, Samsung has opened it in the UK, India, and in the home country. Today, when the Galaxy Fold 2 Beta version suspended due to serious bugs, many users were thinking, the company might postpone it again, but finally, Samsung opened it. With the update, users can use Android 11-based One UI 3.0 features. You can use the beta version and send the experience to the official team.

The Galaxy S10 series is the last to receive the One UI 3.0 Beta version. Before it, Samsung has pushed beta for the Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy Note 20 series, Galaxy Note 10 series, Galaxy Z Flip & Galaxy Z Fold 2 devices. Though the Z Fold 2 received it today, it has postponed for a later day because of the errors. In South Korea, the users on KT, SKT, LG U+, unlocked models, and in India, all unlocked devices can apply for a beta program. Till now, none of the users have complained anything about this beta version.

Galaxy S10 Beta Program

To install the One UI 3.0 Beta update on your Galaxy S10 series, open Samsung Members app. In the app, you will see official banner to sign up for the beta program. Once you apply, then you can install it on your smartphone. Today, the Beta Operation Manager has officially confirmed it is closing beta program for Galaxy Note 20 series, so it means, we are near to get stable Android 11 version with One UI 3.0 flavour.

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