The Galaxy S10 series has been updated with Android 10 Beta 4, up to January

Samsung has opened the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 experience to more Galaxy S10 series users around the world, following a taste of the Products 10. At present, S10 users in South Korea and Panama have received a new stable version, and countries and regions including China, India, the United Kingdom, Spain and Poland have just released beta 4 updates, I believe that will soon open the stable version.

(Pictured) The Galaxy S10 series has been updated with Android 10 Beta 4, up to January

If you have the same upgrade strategy as Germany, users who are still running Android 9 Pie may have been notified of the full update. According to the blog user’s sun map, the Android 10 Beta 4 version, which was received on November 29, mainly fixes problems such as the failure of the breath display, the clock not displayed on the lock screen, and the inability to see the font requesting permission in Dark mode.

Under Samsung’s previously announced One UI 2.0 (Android 10) upgrade plan, the S10, S10 plus S10e will be pushed in January 2020; It will be pushed in March 2020.

(Pictured) The Galaxy S10 series has been updated with Android 10 Beta 4, up to January

Screenshot from Samsung Community

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