Two days have passed we knew Samsung plans to release the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 beta for the Galaxy S10 series today. South Korean users are still the first for the update, but the release date has been postponed to mid-October, according to a Samsung spokesperson for a public press conference. This means that the launch of the world will be pushed again.
In addition, the representative released a detailed description of the eligibility criteria that will include 10,000 beta players. 5,000 tokens have been reserved for SK Telecom users, and 2,000 more will reach KT Telecom subscribers while more than 2000 will be available for LG Uplus users. The rest of the 1,000 tokens will be reserved for the attacked S10 units.
The second phase of the OneUI 2.0 beta test will run from October 21 to November 14. While there is no confirmation that the devices will be included in this launch, reports suggest that the Note10 line should be higher than the list. As with previous Samsung beta versions users will need to register in the Samsung Membership application and sign up for the beta test.