Samsung Galaxy S10 Users May Need To Wait More For The One UI 2.0 Beta


If you are a Samsung Galaxy S10 user, waiting for the Samsung One UI 2.0 beta, then this rollout now appears to have been delayed. This is based on Android 10.

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If you are a Samsung Galaxy S10 user, waiting for the Samsung One UI 2.0 beta, then this rollout now appears to have been delayed. The Samsung One UI 2.0 beta is based on Android 10. At this juncture, rumour mills are rife about this beta being seeded sometime in the middle of October 2019. You could keep checking your Galaxy S10 handsets on a regular basis.  

Samsung One UI 2.0 rumours

Now, as per a SamMobile report, that quotes an update on Samsung’s South Korean forum, the rollout of the above update has been marginally delayed. However, the report also states that there is still no new timeline for the rollout to resume. As of now, the Samsung One UI 2.0  was slated to be made live in regions such as Germany and the United States of America (USA). This update is an important rollout that when installed enhances the overall look and feel of the Galaxy S10 smartphones. Hence, in case you have not noticed automatic over-the-air (OTA) notifications for your smartphones (Galaxy S10s), do check manually by navigating to Settings > About Phone > Software Updates  > Check for updates. At this juncture, with the rollout of a new update being the criteria, it only becomes natural to check out the key features of the Galaxy S10 premium smartphone.  

The Infinity-O display: This is a key USP of the Samsung Galaxy S10 that should offer the gamers (of graphics-rich gamers) lots to cheer about. 

  • Reverse charging functionality: Yet another eye-catchy aspect about the Galaxy S10 is its ability to offer wireless charging to other Samsung flagship phones. This feature is called PowerShare. 
  • Ultrasonic Fingerprint scanner: The scanner is now located at the front of the phone, rather than at the rear. This lets users unlock the handset via fingerprints. To experience this, you could simply place your finger on the top of the glass. 
  • The Wide-angle camera: The wide-angle camera lets users capture images from a 123-degree angle. 
  • The good old 3.5mm headphone jack retained: This means that you could listen to audio content using your wired headphones, rather than opt for Bluetooth accessories. 
  • Wi-Fi 6: Wi-Fi 6 standards ensures quicker network connectivity. 
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