The company says that it will roll out the Android 10 based OneUI 2.0 in January for its latest flagship device.
Samsung has officially confirmed the roadmap for the latest Android 10 update to its range of smartphones. The company says that it will roll out the Android 10 based OneUI 2.0 in January for its latest flagship device.
As per a report by SamMobile, Samsung Israel has published the roadmap for Android 10 update in the Samsung Members application. As per the report, the Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10 along with Galaxy Note 9 will get the latest OneUI 2.0 update in January 2020. Furthermore, the report says that the company will roll out Android 10 update to the Galaxy S9 series in April.
This is quite odd as Samsung has already started the beta testing of the OneUI 2.0 on its Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 series, but still, it will not be able to roll out the stable update this year. Furthermore, it is important to note that there is no information on when the Android 10 update will start hitting the Indian market.
Moving, the roadmap also reveals that the brand will roll out Android 10 update to its mid-range smartphones Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A70 update in April as well. The report further highlights that Galaxy Tab S4 will get Android 10 update until September.
Meanwhile, the company has started the OneUI 2.0 beta programme for its Galaxy S9 in India and South Korea. The company is recruiting beta testers via Samsung Members application. In order to enrol in the beta programme, Galaxy S9 customers need to go to the Notices section. There, users will need to select ‘One UI Beta Program Registration’ to submit the application. Once you sign up, users can go to Settings and click on a Software update to download the latest beta version.
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