Samsung team has officially announced the One UI 2.0 Beta with Android 10 is coming soon to the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ & Galaxy S10e smartphones. The official Samsung team has posted the banner on the forum of the Samsung community and revealed some information. The banner is now active in two major countries – US & South Korea, tells Galaxy S10 series will get Beta firmware version. The post on the South Korean Samsung community also mentions Galaxy S10 5G will also get the Android 10 Beta version in the near future.
In the US, Sprint & T-Mobile users are the lucky ones to get their hands on the Android 10 Beta version before other carriers. They can install it along with unlocked Galaxy S10 series devices when the company releases the Beta firmware. The banner hasn’t mentioned Galaxy S10 5G, but we think sooner it will join the force. The new Galaxy Note 10 series are not part of this program; they might get it in the second phase that Note 10 series is Samsung’s latest premium phones.
To join the One UI 2.0 Beta program, first, register to the Samsung Members community. On all Samsung smartphones, the Samsung Member app comes pre-installed. The Beta version is only for limited users so to book your spot, you must ready on the opening date. The launch date will be announced on the Samsung Member or community forum in the coming days. You can refer to the below links of Samsung communities in both countries.
It got announced also in german community, not only US/SK.