Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta is now officially rolling out on the Samsung Galaxy S10 series. The new beta software brings to these phones an experience very familiar to iOS. Well, that is the story for another day as here is How-to get Android 10 beta software on your latest Galaxy phone.
The users of the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10e, and S10 5G, need to sign up for the beta program here by creating a Samsung account. Besides, it is worth noting that the beta software is for specific countries only. Well, that means you might have to wait for a little longer if the beta rollout is not happening in your country.
Most importantly, if you are curious to know about the freshest features on this new piece of software, then here’s the link. Samsung on its official newsroom has updated some of the premium features coming to Samsung’s skin.
Highlights of One UI 2.0 Features
The One UI 2.0 has got the same iOS-like gestures with Android 10. There are the new accessibility features ( again from iOS), built-in dark mode for Digital Wellbeing, and so on. The enhanced Dark Mode intelligently adjusts the brightness of images, texts, and colors on the display while reducing battery consumption. Most importantly, the new skin is cleaner with minimized pop-ups, embedded loading indicators, and simplified button arrangements.
Anyways, one can read the entire article on Samsung’s Global Newsroom from this link.