Some time ago, we discovered clues about the One UI 2.0 beta for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, which is expected to be released later this week. The beta program has already been made on the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series.
Samsung has just released a third iteration of the beta One UI 2.0 for the Galaxy S10. Here is the complete changelog (in Korean you will find the translated version below)
Screenshot from a UK Galaxy S10 on the second beta update (but third for other regions
The third beta update of One UI 2.0 for the Galaxy S10 brings a number of bug fixes and performance improvements. The software is still in beta, so there are a lot of bugs.
Samsung has corrected a number of issues, such as the disappearance of the icons in the quick configuration panel, the non-change of the clock by the AoD, the impossibility to use the volume key, the disappearance of the bar status under certain conditions, the missing Finder application.
The videos displayed in the Video Gallery and the Wrong Voice Recorder feature and the secure folder do not display the content correctly. It is very likely that this version has its share of errors and inconveniences, but that is how the software works in beta.
In addition, Samsung began with the launch of Samsung Daily, Bixby Home’s replacement, announced by the company early last month. Samsung Daily will replace Bixby Home (Phew) once you have installed the beta version of the Galaxy S10 One UI 2.0 and upgraded the application via the Samsung Galaxy Store.
The software has already been introduced for the three Galaxy S10 models in Korea. We can expect a wider deployment to start next week.
Normally, an open beta will have four to five updates before the end. It takes about a week between the end of a beta program and the release of a stable release.
If the Galaxy S10 receives its fourth beta update in one or two weeks, stable development is expected from the first week of December. Depending on where you live, the mobile service provider you use and what you like, you may have to wait a little longer.
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