After fixing several issues with the One UI 3.0 Beta version on Galaxy Note 10 & Note 10+, Samsung has finally resumed it. The rollout has now begun in South Korea which comes with many hotfixes that occurred in the previous version. The first beta version for the Galaxy Note 10 had distributed two weeks ago, but the quick battery consumption was the major problem many users faced in the first place. Apart from that, the company has dealt with app crashes and S Pen issues to get the most of it.
The firmware version N97*NKSU1ZTKE weighs 567 MB in size along with the November security patch, now released for Galaxy Note 10 series. The changelog mentions there was more than one serious issue in the first beta. Along with faster battery drain, the second beta resolves automatic Wi-Fi disconnection, fixes wearable compatibility, error in SSID recognition, and unusual shut down in many cases.
Further, the second beta version has taken care of other minor & known issues. It has also provided stability to the device to enhance the overall quality. The second One UI 3.0 beta version is now available to install in South Korea. The Galaxy Note 10 & Note 10+ users can head to the Samsung Member app and install it. Yesterday, Samsung has rolled out a beta update for Galaxy Z Flip and soon it will available to Galaxy S10 & Z Fold 2 devices.