We haven't heard about any other regions, but you can expect the beta to expand to other regions.
Beta testing means that you're dealing with pre-release software, so there could be some bugs if you do get into this Samsung beta. Samsung has said this is an inherent characteristic of its foldable phone design and offers a $149.99 (R2290) screen replacement within the first year. The partnership then expanded earlier this year with the launch of the iKONIK skin, with the accompanying dance steps, Love Scenario, developed with the pop star Jung Chanwoo of the iKON band, available for the Galaxy S10 line.
If you're interested in trying the Android 10 beta on your Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, or Galaxy S10e, you'll need to signup for Samsung's Galaxy beta program. It's also possible to pin a number of apps on the display without delay, so it's straightforward to look at video, textual content and browse the net on the identical time.
Three devices are now going to get monthly updates, thereby making it pretty clear that they are a priority for Samsung to manage all in all. There were previous rumors that the beta program will launch in October so hopefully, that's what they're looking at. If you don't have a Samsung account, you'll need to create one through Samsung's website.More news: Apple Watch Will Have A Sleep Monitoring Function
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Update: Samsung has posted a US One UI 2 beta teaser, providing specific details for select Galaxy device owners.
We don't know a ton about One UI 2.0 right now, but it's expected to bring Google's Digital Wellbeing improvements including Focus Mode.
The security of your device has been improved.
As for Google's features, it should come with most of Android 10's base-level changes.