At the end of last month, Samsung had opened the One UI 3.0 beta version for Galaxy S10 series smartphones. Though Samsung has released the first beta version for previous flagship devices, since then, they haven’t received any other update. Now, the official Beta Operation manager in South Korea mentions, the second beta for Galaxy S10 has been delayed, and the team will try to release it next week. Today, in the answer to the question, the beta manager has answered users.
It is not the only lineup that has been postponed. The third beta update for Galaxy Note 10 & Note 10+ also has been postponed to the next week. Luckily, Galaxy Z Fold 2 users in South Korea have received a second update this week, so the overseas users will get it soon. The main reason for the firmware delay is some issues in the Samsung Pass, and the official team is working on it. There may be some other issues that the support team hasn’t mentioned, so we think the rollout will begin after the fixes.
It could be the rush of stable Android 11 with One UI 3.0 for the new flagship models. Samsung has already dispatched a stable Android 11 version for the Galaxy S20 series in all the major countries. The Galaxy Note 20 lineup may also get it in the coming weeks. There is also saying, due to the early launch of Galaxy S21, Samsung is working on the One UI 3.1 version, that we could see in January. Let’s wait for the next week to receive the next beta update for your Galaxy S10 & Galaxy Note 10 devices.