Galaxy Note 9's Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta coming this week, Galaxy S9 next week [Update]

Samsung will soon expand its One UI 2.0 + Android 10 beta program to include the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9. This has been confirmed by a beta operations manager on Samsung's Korea community site.

The One UI 2.0/Android 10 beta program for the Galaxy Note 9 will open this week itself, while the Galaxy S9 series will get it next week.

Samsung is currently running the beta program for its 2019 flagships, the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 in selected regions of the world. It started rolling out the second One UI 2.0 beta for the Galaxy Note 10 today with a bunch of bug fixes, improved gesture navigation, and other enhancements. The 770MB+ update is currently available for Note 10 users in India but should also expand to other regions of the world soon.

Samsung has been testing the One UI 2.0 update for the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 internally for a few months and it was only a matter of time before it expanded it to the public.

One UI 2.0 comes with a number of new features and enhancements like new smoother system animations, a compact Quick Settings panel, new Android 10 navigation gestures, and more.

The beta program for Galaxy S9 and Note 9 will be first available in South Korea before it is slowly expanded to other parts of the world. The program will likely be available in the same countries where Samsung is currently running the One UI 2.0 beta program for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10. This includes the United States, Germany, Spain, France, the U.K., and India.

Looking at the pace that Samsung is working on the One UI 2.0/Android 10 update for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10, it is likely that they will get the update before the end of this year.

Update: The Android 10/One UI 2.0 beta program has been confirmed to go live for the Galaxy Note 9 in the United Kingdom and South Korea. The beta program should expand to other selected countries soon as well.

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