Samsung started rolling out the One UI 2.0 beta update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus devices in Germany last month. Finally, the company has started doing the same for the rest of the world as the update has now landed in India. Post India, the company will roll out the update to France, Poland, Spain, and the UK as well.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus have started receiving One UI 2.0 beta based on Android 10 in India
Both the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10 Plus devices have started receiving the One UI 2.0 beta update in the country. The latest update brings all the goodness of the latest Android 10 update alongside.
Since it is a beta update, you won’t see a usual OTA update in your settings menu. You will have to do some extra work (which is not that difficult anyway).
- One UI 2.0 upgrade with Android 10
How to get One UI 2.0 beta in my Galaxy Note 10/Note 10 Plus?
In order to enroll for the One UI 2.0 beta, all you need to do is to open the Samsung Members app. Post that, you need to tap on the bell icon which is located at the top right corner of the app and locate the Notices tab. Therein, you will find the Registrations for One UI Beta Program. Tap the One UI beta program banner, accept all the terms and conditions that are mentioned, and tap the enroll button. Voila! You are now one step closer to install the One UI 2.0 beta on your Galaxy Note 10/Note 10 Plus.
Post this registration, you can hit the regular settings menu in your device, hit the Software update section, and tap the Download and install option just like you do whenever a regular update arrives.
The update sizes around 1850MB, so you would require a strong data connection in order to download the package. The build version is N975FXXU1ZSK4/N975FOXM1ZSK3.
One UI 2.0 features
As far as the features of the latest One UI 2.0 are concerned, the latest iteration of Samsung’s custom skin brings about a plethora of changes. One UI 2.0 focuses on simplicity and providing for “A Refined Experience”.
The icons and the overall UI are now bolder and more refined. Samsung has divided the overall interface into two regions – Viewing Area and Interaction Area. Furthermore, the One UI 2.0 finally brings a system-wide dark mode which will have a deeper integration inside the ecosystem (with more apps included). For calling, One UI 2.0 comes with a Live Transcribe feature that automatically puts spoken words into a text form on the screen. For those who have low vision, Samsung has come up with an intelligent high-contrasting interface.
These are some of the features the One UI 2.0 has brought about. That said, this is not it and there are plenty of other features that you can check out by following our existing coverage of the same.
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