Samsung is preparing stable One UI 2.0 for the Galaxy S10, beta registration closing

If you are waiting for the bug-free stable One UI 2.0 update on your Galaxy S10 series smartphones, you may get it very soon. Samsung is now closing the One UI 2.0 beta registration for the Galaxy S10 series, confirmed by the Korean community manager.

It means you will not be able to join the Galaxy S10 One UI 2.0 beta program in the country. The beta registration will be open until today (Midnight – November 14, 2019). This is for the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+. The Galaxy S10 5G beta registration will be open. Samsung is currently testing the UI 2.0 build [BSK8] for the Galaxy S10 5G.

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Samsung has already rolled out the 3rd One UI 2.0 beta update with fixes for most of the bugs in the beta version. According to the survey report, Galaxy S10 users (on 3rd One UI 2.0) are not facing many issues as compared to the previous build, which is a good sign.

There’s a possibility that Samsung may release another beta update for the already registered beta testers with fixes for the remaining bugs before the final One UI 2.0 update. Anyway, this is good news for everyone waiting for the stable One UI 2.0 update.

In case you missed the beta program, just open the Samsung Members app and look for a “Register” link for the One UI 2.0 Beta. Now, click on it and then follow the instructions.

Note: There could be a different beta timeline for different regions. We have a confirmation for South Korea.

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