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Samsung launches Android 10: one UI beta program, for Galaxy S10 devices

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Android 10 in beta for Galaxy S10 devices has been released by Samsung, featuring a upgraded version of the One UI software that it debuted earlier this year.

In a press release announcing the launch of the beta, Samsung said that the new version of Android is consisting of redesigned smaller notifications, an “enhanced Dark Mode,” and other Android 10 features such as Focus Mode.

Samsung has confirmed that the Android 10 will be available to select Galaxy S10 users in the U.S starting from 14th Oct 2019, and SamMobile reports that it should also be available in South Korea and Germany. If you have the access you will be able to check it out by heading into the Samsung Members app and searching for a notification about the beta.

This beta will be available for Galaxy S10E, S10, S10 Plus, and S10 5G devices. As always, however, you should be careful about installing beta software on anything you rely on as a primary device.

The update features redesigned notifications that are designed to take up less space.
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The South Korean electronics giant will be slow in bringing the latest version of Android to its devices. Last year it didn’t open its Android 9 beta until mid-November, and the software didn’t start releasing until January of the following year. In this context, a mid-October release is a much quicker turnaround for Samsung, even if it comes a month and a half after Android 10 was released.

Focusing on what matters

With a clear and user friendly interface, users will have minimized pop-ups, embedded loading indicators and only essential buttons will be displayed. The new One UI features a streamlined design where less space is consumed by notification, so users are kept up-to-date while being able to focus on the task at hand.

You will be able to stay in updated while enjoying your favorite content in full screen and never miss any important information.

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Last modified: October 18, 2019