Android 10 beta for Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 is almost here
Unless you own a Pixel, waiting for the latest Android release to hit your device can be excruciating, but anyone who picked up one of the latest flagship phones from Samsung this year won't have to wait too much longer. On Tuesday, SamMobile reported that Google will have a beta for Android 10, and that the program will be announced toward the end of September. The first build will begin rolling out in the US and Europe in October. We know that
This means most of the Galaxy S 10 series variants will receive the Android 10 beta version. Users can register using the Samsung Member’ s app available on every phone. The registration will start anytime soon today. So keep hitting the Samsung Member’ s app and check for any notices of the
Samsung ' s comfortable, intuitive new design for phones gives you easy access to what you need Whether it’ s a Galaxy , Android , or iPhone, you can bring your old data to your new phone so you Made for all our users, the One UI Beta Program is the chance to try One UI before its official release.
Android 10 was released in September, but so far, it's only been available on Google's own. Usually, it takes other manufacturers some months to catch up, however, , Samsung has a beta of its Android 10-based One UI 2.0 for Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e devices. The program is now rolling out in South Korea, Germany, and the US, according to .
The One UI 2.0 OS features a blend of Samsung's features like smaller notifications and "enhanced Dark Mode" that adjusts the brightness of images and text at night, along with Android 10 perks like the new.
The app is supposedly available for folks with an unlocked phone or a contract with Sprint or T-Mobile. To find out if you have access, head to the Samsung Members app and check for notifications. If you manage to get it, you'll be far ahead of Galaxy S9 owners who wanted Android 9 "Pie" last year. That app didn't hit beta on Samsung devices until November 2018,after it was released.
Samsung presents its Galaxy Note 7, supposed to keep Apple remote
The South Korean manufacturer hopes that the latest version of its smartphone 5.7 inches will have more than success that the iPhone 7.Actions in this article
It's now a well-oiled mechanics at Samsung. This Tuesday, August 2, the South Korean giant presented during its big summer show, which was held for the occasion in New York, the latest of its line of smartphones XXL, Galaxy Note 7, which will be marketed in France in from September 2nd.
Featuring a 5.7-inch display, this device is distinguished by an innovation in safety: it is the first model of the brand equipped with an iris scanner. This technology, which allows to identify and unlock the device with a front camera scanning the fundus of the user, typed in that of some journalists in the specialized press.
Among other announced features of this phone (the price has not been specified): a rounded glass screen more robust, a doubled storage capacity (64 GB), and a camera equivalent to the Samsung Galaxy 7 released in last march.
The nose and beard of Apple
With the launch of this high-end smartphone, Samsung hopes to catch up with rivals and especially Apple, whose iPhone 7 should be unveiled in September. The two manufacturers have for years been fighting a fierce commercial battle to be the world's leading manufacturer of smartphones.
In this race with shallot, the South Korean group has something to celebrate. In the first quarter of 2016, Samsung has sold 81.9 million units worldwide, against 51.2million for Apple,. Despite the end of the smartphone boom in the global market, Samsung devices are on the rise in sales.
According to Strategy Analytics, the Galaxy S7 Edge, launched in March, was the best-selling Android brand smartphone model on the planet in the first half of the year. In total, more than 13.3 million copies have already been sold. A performance that the electronics giant hopes to renew, if not surpass, with the launch of this new high-end phone.
The group, now number of sales ahead of Apple, including ambitions to dig a little more away with his great rival US. The apple brand, lacking inspiration for its latest models, suffered for several months the effects of increased competition on the sector. Sales of iPhone, leaving a little more room for its Asian challengers.
"Global sales of Android smartphones have grown 5% year-on-year, from 552.2 million units sold in the first half of 2015 to 577.3 million in the first half of 2016," said Linda Sui at Strategy Analytics.
Android 10 is finally starting to roll out for Galaxy S10 and Note 10 devices .
When Samsung started rolling out its Android 10 beta for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 earlier than expected, everyone speculated that the final Android 10 upgrade might come sooner than ever before -- maybe even before the end of 2019. Then, a leak a few days ago said Samsung might do the unthinkable and update several Android devices to Android 10 in early January, including 2019 flagships and other popular phones. That sounded just like aThat sounded just like a regular schedule for Samsung, with the added benefit that a bunch of different devices would run Google’s Android 10 as early as next month. And then Samsung started quietly rolling out the final Android 10 update to Galaxy S10 and Note 10 owners in several markets.