Last year, Samsung decided to scrap its existing and frowned upon Android skin a.k.a Touchwiz. The Korean giant decided to change its image in the Android world and make a fresh minimalistic skin, which is nothing short of excellent.
While One UI added new functionalities to the operating system, it also eradicated the slowness which has been haunting Samsung’s Touchwiz UI phones in the past. Now, an official post on the Samsung community forums introduces us to the next iteration of the skin, called One UI 2.0. Currently, under development, One UI 2.0 is based on Android 10 and will soon be coming to the South Korean Galaxy S10 lineup.
All models in the S10 lineup except the Galaxy S10 5G will be able to install the beta version of the operating system when the first rollout takes place. This is exactly what Samsung did last year when it released One UI 2.0 in the South Korean market which was followed by a global release.
In case you are looking forward to installing the beta version of One UI, there is no way to install if you don’t have the invitation to try out the under development build. The company is letting a limited number of users make the jump and iron out bugs.
Although there is no definitive date concerning the beta version of One UI, we expect that the company will start the program sometime later this month. What’s interesting is the fact that the South Korea based company won’t be testing out One UI 2.0 on its latest flagship offerings i.e. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
That being said, the company might make it available on these models in the near future. In any case, if Samsung decides to start the beta program anytime in October, this will help Samsung deliver Android 10 stable before the end of the year.