Android 10 Beta Starts for Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9+

Samsung has finally started One UI 2 Beta with Android 10 for last year’s Galaxy S9 & Galaxy S9+ smartphones. The beta program for both smartphones is now live in UK, India & South Korea. Surprisingly, this time, Indian users have received an Android 10 Beta update before other countries. In the beta testing of Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10, Indian users received it after a few weeks. The Galaxy Note 9 users in India are also accepting the Android 10 Beta version, as they are also getting the invitation to join.

As always, South Korea is the first country to receive the new beta update. The official banner has now posted on the Samsung community of UK, India & South Korea. To participate in the program, head to the Samsung Member app and register to it. The firmware version G960FXXU7ZSKD is rolling out on Galaxy S9 and version G965FXXU7ZSKD is available for Galaxy S9+, both counts nearly 1816 MB in size.

Galaxy S9 Android 10 Beta

The Note 9 users in India are getting firmware version N960FXXU4ZSK7 that weighs 1930 MB in size. Galaxy S10 & Galaxy Note 10 series are now coming to the end of beta testing so they will get the stable version in the coming months. Samsung has also mentioned Galaxy S10 users will get a stable Android 10 update in January and later all the Galaxy smartphones as per the schedule.

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