Finally, here we are! Who owns a Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10 +, Samsung Galaxy S10e or Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and is resident in some specific foreign countries can access the beta program to try Android 10 with the new One UI 2.0.
Earlier this month, we had talked about it when the first news about the beta of the One UI 2.0 for the Samsung Galaxy S10 started to arrive but, after the small delay of last week, here is finally the beta is ready to go.
As expected, there are many aspects of the new OS that Samsung has focused on. It starts with a renewal of notifications, now with more information in hand but at the same time less interfering. While you are busy using an application, the arrival of a call, message or other is shown to the user with a much more compact pop-up notification.
Same thing for the volume rocker. With Android 10 beta, the volume change pop-up will be shown with a more compact slider, where through a renewed drop-down menu you can then go to change the volume of other aspects such as the alarm clock, the volume of notifications and much more.
The dark mode is obviously present, designed to be more satisfying to the eye especially in the evening hours, which with the new One UI 2.0 will aim to better balance the brightness of the images, colors, and texts in order to preserve the general autonomy of the smartphone. The change will be noticed immediately, starting from the lock screen of the phone where date and time will have better contrast than the present background.
In order to participate in One UI Beta Program, you need a Samsung account. You can create an account at https://account.samsung.com.