Galaxy Note 10 users can rejoice. The Galaxy Note 10 is now officially a part of the One UI 2.0 beta program along with the Galaxy S10. The beta program started rolling out in Germany and is now available almost worldwide for all Galaxy Note 10 device owners.
Galaxy Note 10 One UI 2.0 Beta
The One UI 2.0 Beta update released for the Galaxy Note 10 is a similar build to the second version of the One UI 2.0 that was also released for the Galaxy S10 along with the Note 10 devices. This build brings improvements in the original One UI 2.0 beta along with the November 2019 security patch update for android devices.
About the One UI 2.0 Update
The first version of One UI was released by Samsung a year ago which makes it a fairly young piece of software that has plenty of room for improvement. The One UI 2.0 aims to make these improvements by enhancing the user interface and functionality of the One UI.
The One UI 2.0 has a user interface that helps the user focus on important things instead of being distracted. It also comes with a better dark mode that detects light and dark components in the UI like the wallpaper and adjusts the UI accordingly. It helps to reduce strain on eyes at night and also allows for better battery life.
The One UI 2.0 also comes with more digital wellness tools that help the users track their phone usage and help them to reduce their unnecessary screen time wherever possible.
How to Register to the One UI 2.0 Beta Program
In order to receive early beta updates for the One UI 2.0 on your Galaxy S10 or Note 10 devices, you are required to be enrolled in Samsung’s beta program for Android 10. In order to enroll in the beta program, open the Samsung Members App on your Galaxy S10 or Note 10/10+ and sign in or sign up if you’re not registered. Now go to the Settings > Software Update > Download and Install to get the Android 10 beta for your Galaxy Note 10.
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