In October, Samsung began pushing Android 10-based One UI 2.0 Beta updates to Galaxy S10 devices, introducing gesture navigation from Google’s next-generation mobile operating system and a series of improvements to the One UI. The beta version then began pushing more devices in more regions, including the Note 10, Galaxy S9, and Note 9. Now Galaxy S9 and Note 9 users in Korea and India are finally getting pushes for the One UI 2.0 beta version.
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This update package is 1.8GB in size, and if you’ve already requested to participate in a test for a One UI Beta project, go to Settings – Software Update – Download and Install.
If you haven’t already registered, go to the Samsung Members app, click the bell icon in the upper right corner, select the One UI Beta Program registration option under Notifications, and then click Image Registration.
In terms of release rhythm, Samsung is on track to push the official version of One UI 2.0 to this year’s flagship product by the end of 2019.
A recent roadmap on the Samsung Members app in Israel shows that the Galaxy S10, Note 10, And Note 9 will not be ready for the official update of One UI 2.0 until January 2020, and the Galaxy S9 will be delayed until 2020 April.