Samsung Galaxy S10 5G got the latest One UI recently. Developers have already prepared the beta update for some devices such as the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and S10+ from Germany, the US, and South Korea. The actual beta version for the 5G version of the Galaxy S10 differs from the well-known S10 versions. Android 10 beta update came with many different changelogs, comparing to other versions of the Galaxy S10 is different from the other S10 models.
Update your device by accessing Settings and verifying for software updates. Android 10 has 552MB to download, and it won’t take you a lot of time. The changelog introduces improvements for the device’s stability, performance, and some bug fixes.
Moreover, the update brings enhanced and new features. The One UI 2.0 is actually a theme that Samsung puts it on top of Android 10; also, users get to try lots of design customization and can enjoy now a different viewing of elements on the top half of the display. The functional elements are displayed in the bottom half. Such changes will allow users to access easier the large screen of the devices with only one hand.
Android 10 Beta Upgrade for Other Samsung Devices
Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+ received the Android 10 beta program back in October, but users from Germany encountered a limitation. Right now, users wait for a Note 10 and Note 10+ upgrade in the US and other locations, too.
Samsung S10 So Far
Samsung S10 marks a milestone for the company being release as a celebratory series for the Galaxy S devices. The S10 series, however, got more performance thanks to the Exynos 9829 system-on-chip for international versions, while the US, China, and South America got a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855. Also, the device has a 128GB or 512GB version, along with S10+, which came with a 1TB storage. As for its display, Samsung S10 came with 6.1 and 6.4 inches 1440p “Dynamic AMOLED” with HDR10+ support and a “dynamic tone mapping” system. For many other features, you could access the official Samsung website.