Samsung is kicking off its One UI with Android 10 beta for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy S10e, and Galaxy S10 5G.
Those who own any of the aforementioned devices can now join the program and try out the latest Android version.
Galaxy S10 Android 10 Beta Features
In a press release, Samsung announced the availability of Android 10 beta for the Galaxy S10 series. On top of that, it highlighted some of the features that users can expect from it.
First off, it's minimizing pop-up notifications so that they won't take up too much space on the screen and block the view while users are, say, watching a video or playing a game. In its examples, the company showed a smaller caller notification and volume bar.
Additionally, the beta is bringing a new "enhanced Dark Mode." In short, it reduces the display's brightness and extends to the home screen now. It also adjusts the color, text, clock, and notifications on the lock screen accordingly.
Last but not least, it's coming with enhanced tools for digital wellness. For instance, it has a Focus Mode that allows users to pause apps and concentrate on more important tasks in certain moments. The Device Care menu is getting improved features to help users manage and stay on top of their devices as well.
How To Join The Android 10 Beta
The most important thing that users need here is, of course, a Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy S10e, or Galaxy S10 5G. They also have to be in a country where Samsung is rolling out the program. According to SamMobile, that includes the United States, Germany, and South Korea, which is the manufacturer's home country.
Once all that is checked off, all that's left to do is go to the Samsung Members app and tap on the banner that says "One UI 2 Beta with Android 10." On that note, users who want to participate will need a Samsung account.
In the United States, the Android 10 beta is available only for a limited number of users, and according to the company's previous post, only Galaxy S10 devices on T-Mobile or Sprint or unlocked versions of the handsets are eligible.