Samsung has finally started to roll out One UI 2 Beta with Android 10 for older galaxy smartphones. The Galaxy Note9 is the new smartphone that is now receiving Android 10 Beta in South Korea with firmware version starts with N960NKSU3ZSK6. This week, the official community manager at Samsung community South Korea has promised to deliver a beta update for Galaxy Note 9 users. And as promised, today, Samsung is now rolling out Android 10 Beta updates in the home country.
To participate in Beta testing users need to download the Samsung Member app on the Galaxy Note9. The official banner is now posted on the Samsung Member app or Samsung community website page of South Korea. To get the latest version you have to click on the register link and then you can download new version from Settings – Software Update on your smartphone.
At the time of the Galaxy S10 series, Samsung has allowed the first 1000 users to download the new version. This time we have to see how many users the company will allow entering beta testing.
Samsung Galaxy S10 has received its fifth beta update and recently Galaxy Note 10 users have got a second beta update. The Galaxy S9 & S9+ users will get the Android 10 beta update next week. After South Korea, Germany & the US users will get the latest One UI 2 with Android 10 Beta version in the coming days.
Update: Android 10 Beta for Galaxy Note 9 is now rolling out in UK. Many users have joined the program and downloaded latest beta update on the smartphone.
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