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Samsung set to kick off its Android 10 beta program in the U.S
« on: September 18, 2019, 12:20:00 AM »

Samsung will once again launch a beta program before it starts disseminating the next Android build to its customers. Citing sources that it says have a good track record, SamMobile says that the Android 10 beta program for Samsung will kick off at the end of this month. Those in the U.S. and Europe will see the Android 10 beta surface sometime in October. The process is ahead of the timeline that Samsung had last year when it started the Android 9 beta program in November.

Last year, Samsung included its One UI interface with the Android 9 update. With One UI, Samsung moved actionable elements to the bottom of the screen so that users don't have to perform calisthenics with their fingers in order to tap on them. This year's Android 10 update will include One UI 2.0. The manufacturer ended up pushing out Android 9 to 2017's Galaxy S8 and up. This year, Android 10 should be available to Samsung flagship models starting with the Galaxy S9. Usually, Samsung will allow its high-end models to receive two major Android updates.

The One UI/Android 9 beta program did not run that long; in fact, it was the fastest Android update ever delivered by Samsung. On December 24th, 2018, the first stable build of the update started to rollout. But there are indications that, at least in the states, those with an eligible Samsung Galaxy device might be waiting until next year to receive Android 10. The day after Pixel and Essential Phone owners received the final build of Android 10, T-Mobile's support page showed that the update for the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ was in the "testing stage." That meant that the development stage, which could take months, was already completed. However, a bit over a week later the carrier changed the status of the update for the two models to "development."


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