Android 10 has been out for several weeks now and many OEMs are actively testing out their skinned versions of the new system. Samsung for one, has been actively testing out its One UI 2 skin that is based on Android 10. This is in line with their set timelines for rolling out Android 10. Most of their current and recent flagships should get Android 10 in Q1 of 2020.

The Korean tech giant already has closed the beta recruitment for Galaxy S10 and Note 10 users. This could be seen as a move to wind up the testing phase in preparation of official roll out of Android 10. If the most recent update is anything to go by, One UI 2.0 is as good as ready.

Samsung Galaxy S10 seventh beta One Ui 2.0
Changelog of the 7th beta for Galaxy S10

After the S10 and the Note 10, the Note 9 and the S9 family are next in line for Android 10-based One UI 2.0. In fact, Galaxy Note 9 users already picked a couple of beta builds.

Well, Samsung has opened up the Android 10 beta program to Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus owners as well. Currently, Korean and Indian models are eligible for the update.

s9 beta
One UI 2.0 beta update on Galaxy S9 (Source)

In the Official release notes translated from Korean, the Beta Operations Manager has the following to say;

Hi One UI beta operations team .

The beta for the new Galaxy Interface One UI 2 with Android 10 has begun. One UI if you participate in the beta program for the new features and user experience (User Experience) can experience first. The One UI Beta Program is a program we’ll build with you. Please install the beta version of One UI and send us your feedback on usability and quality.

After downloading and installing the Samsung Members app from the Galaxy Store or Google Play Store, you can sign up from the announcement ‘Join the One UI Beta Program’.

Beta software may contain errors, malfunctions and may not contain the same functionality as the official updated version of the software. Unexpected situations in the use of beta software can potentially result in data loss. Be sure to back up using the Smart Switch program for the PC before installation.

If you want to leave the beta program, you can apply for beta from the Samsung Members app and restore it to the previous OS through Smart Switch.

Thank you for your participation !


Samsung is clearly on the high gear in the quest to deliver Android 10 to its devices. As at now, the S10 series, Note 10 series, Note 9 series and now the S9 series have got the beta update. It is, therefore, safe to say that Samsung is on target to rolling out Android 10 to its devices within the set timelines.

Galaxy S9

Note: For more coverage on One UI and the Beta testing program for the Galaxy S9/S9+ and other Samsung devices, Check out our dedicated Samsung Section.

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