It won't be long now until Galaxy S10 owners get to take Android 10 out for a spin.
Samsung says that the One UI 2 beta with Android 10 is "coming soon" to the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10e.
Galaxy S10 Android 10 Update
The company made the announcement in the form of a poster in the Samsung Community, and according to it, owners of the unlocked version of the Galaxy S10 series can join the program. That extends to users on Sprint or T-Mobile as well.
To participate, users just have to go to the Samsung Members app on their Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, or Galaxy S10e and tap on the banner that reads "One UI 2 Beta with Android 10" once it's available.
At the moment, the launch date hasn't been revealed yet, though. Samsung only says that it's "coming soon," as mentioned earlier. In short, users have to wait a bit longer, but the company does say that it's "speeding up to provide the most stable version." At the very least, that means that the beta program will kick off sooner than expected. That applies for the rollout of the stable build too.
Back in September, a report said that the Galaxy S10 will receive Android 10 beta in October, and as it turns out, it has proven to be true. It also said that the Galaxy Note 10 will get the update as well, and if Samsung's past software releases are anything to go by, it will be part of the program in a few weeks' time after the Galaxy S10.
What To Expect From Android 10
Android 10 is bringing a lot of handy features, among which are gesture controls, a new system-wide dark mode, and smart reply. Of course, it's also set to add a slew of new emojis to the mix, including icons themed after accessibility such as a service dog and an ear with a hearing aid, as well as orangutans and skunks.