We had reported in the last month that Samsung is planning to conduct a beta program for its older flagship models. After the beta testing program starts for Galaxy Note 10 devices, the company is now recruiting it for the Galaxy S10 series. The Beta Operation Manager has officially posted a banner to recruit new users to taste the beta version before anyone else. The users in South Korea can now participate in the program, and anytime soon, it will open in other countries.
The program is open for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e & the Galaxy S10 5G smartphones in the country. Samsung has promised to bring a stable Android 12 update for Galaxy S10 & Note 10 in January next year. There is lots of time for Galaxy S10 to run on the beta version and taste the features. Samsung has released a stable version for Galaxy S21 series, and Galaxy S20 & Note 20 will get in this month as their testing program has ended.
The interested users can open the Samsung Members app to participate in the program. The recruitment for Note 10 in the first slot filled up in a few hours. It is the third time for these devices to join the beta testing program since One UI 2 Beta, and now they are receiving One UI 4 Beta version. Thanks to Samsung and its recent update policies, it is the first time any devices are getting that long support.