You probably know by now that Samsung has been testing Android 10 on its Galaxy S10 series. There’s been one beta update after the other during the past few weeks, which shows us that the tech giant has been making some strong efforts for this.
Android Police reported that the tech giant seems to be finally pleased with the software, and this can be seen in the fact that they decided to start rolling out the stable release with version 2.0 of One UI.
The online publication mentioned above noted that this only looks to be coming to some people in Germany who are using the beta. It’s been also revealed that all hints are pointing out at the fact that the update will be reaching more customers soon.
The stable release brings new features
It’s been reported that this stable release will come packed with a bunch of new features and Android Police noters a couple: a system-wide dark theme, granular location permissions, and new gesture-based navigation.
It’s also worth noting that Samsung has tweaked its One UI skin by adding more ways to access the one-handed mode. This made the battery usage graph more detailed. It also improved Samsung apps.
The new update is 133.76 MB
Beta users should know that this update is only 133.76 MB big, and another interesting thing to learn is that the stable version only brings some pretty minor changes compared to the last pre-release software, beta 7.
There’s also the December security patch level, and Google did not even push this to the Pixels yet.
This might show a false start, according to the online publication mentioned above.
In other news, Samsung Galaxy S10 5G got the latest One UI recently, according to reports from about two weeks ago.
Anyway, back to the update, once the stable version is live, you can find it here: Settings -> Software Update.