Samsung officially launches Android 10 experience on Galaxy S10

Samsung officially announced the launch of the Android 10 operating system for the Galaxy S10, S10E, S10 Plus and S10 5G in global markets.

The company pre-empted the release of the One UI Beta – based on Android 10 in South Korea a few days ago – and now it is possible for Galaxy S10 phone owners around the world.

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“Join the demo and enjoy the new One UI with Android 10 before the official release. Be the first to enjoy the new features and designs, send us your feedback to help us create an exceptional experience”, said Samsung, the world’s largest smartphone maker.

In its publication, the Korean company reviewed the advantages that the new UI brings to the Galaxy S10, including the new feature for gesture navigation, focus mode, and more.

New design features include improved notification management with minimized pop-up notification windows, simplified buttons, and text reduction. The volume control pop-up window became thinner with the word (multimedia) removed.

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Note that a user must have their own Samsung Members account in order to receive the beta version of the One UI based on Android 10.