This year Samsung made history with its Note 10 lineup as the Korean manufacturer released more than one device at once. The company proceeded on to launch both the Galaxy Note 10 as well as the Galaxy Note 10 Plus – with the both the phones also featuring with 5G variants for their respective models. Even though the Note 10 series was launched around the period when Google announced its latest software version of Android in the Android 10, the Note 10 still came with One UI, which happens to be based on Android 9.
Now though, the Korean manufacturer is set to kick off the Android 10 based One UI 2.0 beta program for the Galaxy Note 10 series. This news comes just a week after it was announced that the beta program for the Galaxy S10 series too was being rolled out. This latest information comes courtesy of a poster which Samsung showed off on its website. And so it has been confirmed officially that the One UI 2.0 beta will be available for both the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10 Plus, as well as both their 5G versions.
For now though, the registration for the beta program is yet to commence, however, once it does, you too can enroll yourself from the Samsung members application if you want to experience the One UI 2.0 – however, a point to note is that this, for now, is only exclusive to users that are based in Korea. Of course a global roll out will soon follow, but for now, only Korean users can experience all that One UI 2.0 has to offer.
And while we’re on the subject of a global rollout – the date for it too isn’t yet confirmed officially, however, a representative of Samsung’s customer care stated recently that it has been delayed. When exactly it will all come in motion, we can only wait and see.