Android 10 just launched a couple of days ago with lots of new features and UI changes. If you’re using or even planning to buy Samsung Galaxy S10 model and want to about Android 10 update, follow it. From the last year after launching the One UI, Samsung has improved its update track a little bit. Now, it seems that Samsung trying to provide software updates to its flagship devices quite faster. This year, the Samsung Galaxy S10 family launched with flagship specifications based on Android 9.0 Pie. Samsung is preparing to roll the Android 10 update for Samsung Galaxy S10 with the latest OneUI 2.0 user interface.
Last year Samsung has launched Android Pie beta program in November and the One UI released officially in January this year. Therefore, it’s quite expected that the Android 10 version will be released very soon on the top of One UI 2.0 skin. As we speak, the OneUI 2.0 beta rollout has begun which brings dark mode, improve face recognition, Focus Mode, built-in screen recorder, new camera UI, and more.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Android 10 Release Date
Updated on October 26, 2019: Today Samsung rolled Second OneUI 2.0 beta for Galaxy S10 with build number G973USQU2ZSJF in the US, G973FXXU3ZSJF in globally, and G973NKSU3ZSJF in Korea. We have already written a manual guide to install G973FXXU3ZSJF on Galaxy S10.
First OneUI 2.0 Beta release: Samsung rolled the first OneUI 2.0 beta update for Galaxy S10 Series. We already shared the complete instructions to install the ONEUI 2.0 beta with build number G973FXXU3ZSJ8 on Galaxy S10.
Updated on October 14, 2019: According to the XDA Developers, Samsung is already working on the Android 10 internal update and will release it very soon. Meanwhile, T-Mobile also testing the early beta builds for its Galaxy flagship devices which were confirmed by a T-Mobile Support page. Whenever it passes quality standards, the company will try to provide an update.
Updated on October 10, 2019: According to the SamMobile, about a month ago some of the leaks and a first look video appeared online of One UI 2.0 based on Android 10. Samsung is working on builds for Android 10 for the Snapdragon and Exynos Galaxy S10 series devices. Additionally, Samsung also has a single test build of Android 10 for the Exynos Galaxy Note 10 variant. Though there is no internal test build confirmed for the Snapdragon Galaxy Note 10 variant yet which may start soon.
Android 10 Features
Here we will provide short details of the most highlighted features of Android 10 (aka Android Q). You can check out full details from here.
- Live Caption feature will automatically start caption when you will play media on your phone.
- Smart Reply will offer suggested responses or actions to your incoming messages like Facebook Messenger.
- Sound Amplifiers will boost audio, filter background noise, and fine-tune the sound for the improved listening experience.
- The Gesture Navigation system is now smoother and faster than before.
- Dark Theme offers better battery backup and reduces eye strain during lowlight conditions.
- Privacy Controls feature offers your device system to choose when and how your data will be shared.
- Location Controls feature also offers advanced security layer and control any apps or the map to access your location.
- Faster Security Updates option will be useful for both the smartphone OEMs and users via Google Play service. This will offer faster updates.
- Focus Mode is an improved version of the Digital Wellbeing feature with an enhanced user interface and few changes.
- Family Link is quite similar to the Focus mode which is basically for kids. The parents can now control devices or apps usage time limits and content limits as well.
The Samsung One UI is custom skin for Samsung devices which was optimized to run the Android 9 Pie version. While the upcoming One UI 2.0 will be optimized for the Android 10 OS version. Therefore, all the core features of Android 10 may not be available along with One UI 2.0 release. But we can expect that Samsung will add all the useful features soon with custom UI and tweaks.
Till then, stay tuned for more info.