Samsung started releasing the Android 10 update in beta for the Galaxy Note 9. The Galaxy S9 will arrive next week. Android 10 beta is now available for some users with a Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy S10, but the company is now extending that beta program to the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9.
According to Samsung SamMobile’s specialized blog and Samsung’s support page, the South Korean company enabled the beta version of Android 10 for the Galaxy Note 10 on November 20, starting in South Korea and the United Kingdom. As for the Galaxy S9, the blog says the beta program would start next week.
Android 10 comes as part of the custom interface that the company calls One UI 2. It integrates not only improvements in the overall performance of the operating system but more permission control and other developments.
It is not known if this beta update will reach other markets, but the company has released it for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 in the United States, Germany, France, Spain, and India – in addition to South Korea and the United Kingdom, which were the first countries to be part of the beta program for Note 9 and S9.
The final version of Android 10 is expected to reach Samsung phones before the end of this year, so in a few weeks, some people could already enjoy this update officially.