After rigorous Beta testing, both internally as well as external tests, Samsung is finally releasing Android 10 One UI 2.0 software update as a stable build to Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10e phones. Initially rolling out in Germany for users who have enrolled in the Beta program, this update will soon arrive for other regions across the globe. For beta testers, the change wouldn’t be substantial except for bug-fixes. However, for users previously running older stable Android Pie firmware, the jump would be a major one.
Rather than merging Android 10 with original One UI, Samsung has rethought the skin and revamped it. The version coming within this update is One UI 2.0. This revision is much more refined with some exceptional new proprietary features. In terms of design, there are only some minor tweaks which is welcome as original One UI already had a good design scheme.
Samsung One UI 2.0 Android 10 Stable Update for Samsung Galaxy S10 Series
As promised, Samsung has finally started to roll out One UI 2.0 update as a stable build to all Galaxy S10 customers. With Beta programs starting back in October, the brand has managed to achieve a stable build within just couple of months. While still not on par with other brands who have upgraded devices to Android 10, it is welcome nonetheless. As we mentioned before, the update build is currently being pushed to Android 10 beta testers only. Don’t fret if you didn’t sign up for it as a wider roll-out will begin in matter of few days.
For the build details, Galaxy S10 owners in Germany are spotting G97**XXU3BSKO build-number. In the update change-log, it is specified that this build is in fact stable and the Beta program has ended. The build also carries December 2019 security patch which is ahead of release even for Pixel devices.
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Once the complete update ROM is available, we will be covering a complete how-to on installing Android 10 One UI 2.0 official firmware on Galaxy phones manually so stay tuned for that!