Samsung begins testing Android 10 on Galaxy Note9

Ceria Alfonso
Octubre 9, 2019

Android 10 officially started rolling out around a month ago and it's not only running on Pixel phones, but has also reached Essential, Xiaomi, OnePlus, and Nokia devices.

Yes, you heard that right Samsung fans. Samsung confirmed that South Korean variants of the Samsung Galaxy S10 family will be the first to use the beta.

The beta program will be available for the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10 Plus.

Strong sales of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 smartphone collection are limiting forecast revenue falls on the South Korean tech giant, elevating hopes it is getting back on a development track after years of moribund gross sales. The Galaxy S10 5G is not listed, but according to the teaser from Korea, it will be added later on. After an announcement, US devices will get the first opportunity to participate followed by some European devices.

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So, to summarize, Samsung is "soon" going to push the Galaxy S10 series into the Android 10 beta program, and once that happens, the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ should, in theory, follow suit in the next two weeks or so.

In true Samsung fashion, the beta rollout will run for the next couple of months and we won't see an official stable rollout until early Q1 2020.

In the new patent we can see the Galaxy Fold 2 supporting Samsung's iconic S Pen, which can work both with the tablet folded or unfolded; giving much more flexibility to the user. So, keep your eagle eyes on the Samsung Members' notification and get into the beta testing group to test new features before anyone else.

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