Android 10 beta is coming soon to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Series

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Just at the beginning of the month, Samsung announced the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta for the Galaxy S10 series. The beta program was introduced in all Android 10 exclusive features to the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and the Galaxy S10e. The update brings stable changes to UI.

Now let us see what new fetaure was added in through the beta update. In addition to the subtle UI changes the caller notification and volume bar have been decreased in size so that they aren’t as intrusive.

Now, Samsung has announced that the One UI 2.0 beta is coming to its Note 10 series soon.

Andriod 10 beta is Coming to More Devices:

As per a recent post on the Samsung community, the beta program will soon make its way to the Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+, Galaxy Note 10 5G and the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G.

The company hasn’t revealed the exact date and anyother timline for the roll out. The program will be available for all Galaxy Note 10 users, including both carriers locked and unlocked devices. Users will be able to participate in the beta from within the Samsung Members app when it goes live. While we aren’t exactly aware of what Samsung plans to introduce in One UI 2.0 specifically for its Note 10 lineup, we do have information on a couple of features that have made their way to the Galaxy S10 series.

Other than the aforementioned UI changes, One UI 2.0 beta for the Galaxy S10 series extends the Dark mode to the home screen, ensuring users don’t have any eye fatigue while using their devices at night. This new Dark mode can adjust the brightness of images, texts, and colors on the display. The company claims that the new Dark mode will further reduce battery consumption, which is great.

The beta update also brings minor changes to the Smart Lock screen and now the screen automatically adjusts the color of the text on the lock screen. Not only these but there are some new tools for digital wellness, including the Focus mode. The Device care menu also has some new features to help you manage your digital wellbeing, along with tools to give you more control over what’s on your device.

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