One UI 2 beta with Android 10 rolled out for some European Galaxy S10+ users

One UI 2 beta with Android 10 rolled out for some European Galaxy S10+ users

Android 10 has been available for a little while now for Google Pixel devices, some OnePlus devices, and a few other devices. Samsung just recently started talking about the beta program for One UI 2, which will bring Android 10 to its latest devices. Now, it looks like One UI 2 beta has begun rolling out to the Galaxy S10+ in Europe.

The folks at PhoneArena received the One UI 2 update on their Galaxy S10+. The update comes in with build number G975FXXU3ZSJ6 and the October 2019 security patches. Here is a summary of all the new features found in One UI 2/Android 10 for Samsung devices.

  • Google’s full-screen gestures
  • Improved one-handed mode
  • Volume menu redesigned
  • Notification action suggestions
  • New Battery usage graph
  • Updated Digital Wellbeing

The overall look and feel of One UI 2 is not much different than One UI with Android Pie. One UI 2 previously leaked in detail if you’d like to see an up-close look at what to expect. The beta program should be coming very soon to the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e in all countries. It will start in Korea and Europe, but it will make its way to the US too. Make sure you have the Samsung Members app to join the program.

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Source: PhoneArena

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