In less than a week after the release of the fourth One UI 2.0 beta, Samsung chose another one for the owners of the Galaxy S10. As usual, a lot of bugs have been fixed and the list gets shorter as the beta program shows signs of shutdown. Samsung also announced the launch of the Android 10 beta program for the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 devices in the Korean forum.
The notification for the beta update came with a system notification. The screenshots below enumerate all changes.
The download can be started with the navigation guidance. Settings > Software update > Download and install. The download size varies depending on the S10 model and the SIM card inside the device. With the SIM from Sprint on my unlocked Galaxy S10 +, the size of the update file was 272.62 MB. For now, the update is seen in the US and Korea as the first regions to receive updates.
Now, there are a few good reasons to suspect that the One UI 2.0 beta program is nearing the end of the S10. Last week, Samsung closed beta registrations in South Korea, and this week a Samsung Community executive told members that the Android 10 beta program will begin for the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 devices during the week. This is good news for owners of Samsung's previous flagship admirers to live Android 10 earlier than usual.