Following the Galaxy Note 9: Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + smartphones received Android 10 beta with One UI 2.0 shell

Samsung released a test build of the Android 10 system for the Galaxy Note 9 last week, and today is a beta

firmware received Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 +.

What is known

So far onlydevice users in India and Korea. A little later, the firmware will be released in the United States and some European countries. According to the Israeli division of the company, a stable software release is scheduled for April 2020.


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The update weighs 1.8 GB and in it the company's developers have added all the major innovations of Android 10, as well as the new proprietary shell One UI 2.0. It includes new control gestures, a new animation for opening applications, an improved one-handed mode, the fingerprint scanner icon in Always-on Display mode, a new camera interface, Screen Recorder, and much more.

Recall, the OnLeaks insider recently declassified the appearance of the Galaxy S11, Galaxy S11e and Galaxy S11 + smartphones.

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