The Galaxy S10 Android 10 beta program could launch sooner than you might think, at least according to a tip passed along by a reader of AllAboutSamsung. The source was told by Samsung customer care that the One UI 2.0 beta with Android 10 will launch in Germany tomorrow, October 10. Germany is one of three countries (the other two are South Korea and the United States) in which the Galaxy S10 Android 10 beta program was officially confirmed by Samsung.
How to join the beta once it goes live
At this time we aren’t able to confirm if the Galaxy S10 Android 10 beta program will indeed commence in Germany tomorrow, as Samsung’s customer care representatives are not often on the money about these things. Assuming that it will, there’s also a high probability that the Android 10 beta program should open in South Korea and the US very soon. It’s worth reminding that the Galaxy S9 Android Pie beta went live last year on November 15, so it would be quite a treat if Samsung will manage an early-October release for the Galaxy S10 Android 10 beta.
Once the beta goes live, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ owners wanting to participate in the program can try and enroll through the Samsung Members app. There’s probably not going to be room for every prospective beta tester, so keep an eye out and perhaps you’ll be in luck. We’ll keep you updated if the Galaxy S10 Android 10 beta program will indeed go live tomorrow.
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