Samsung recently announced the imminent launch of the One UI 2.0 beta program on the latest version of the Android 10 operating system for the Galaxy S10 series of smartphones.
Many expected the start of testing in South Korea on October 10, that is, today, this date was reported by various sources with a high level of reliability.
However, when Samsung today clarified details about the beta program in the official Korean community, it turned out that the launch was delayed. The company representative confirmed that a start was planned on October 10, but it was postponed until mid-October. The exact date has not yet been announced. The second phase of testing will begin on October 21 and end on November 14.
After Korea, the launch of beta testing should take place in Germany and the United States. The company itself has not yet talked about the innovations in One UI 2.0. As expected, the shell of One UI 2.0 brings a number of features that appeared in the autumn flagship Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, as well as changes inherent in Android 10 itself.
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