While that rollout continues to date in a number of countries, thanks to its staggered nature, it is still pretty much limited compared to the number of devices that Samsung offers in its various lineups.
In the coming days, it is expected that the Korean company will expand the Android 10 beta programme for its devices to include yet another premium smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
The Galaxy Note 9 has been around for well over a year and, as you already know, has since been succeeded by the very able Galaxy Note 10. However, it still remains a darling to those that picked up back then and who are yet to dump it for its successor or any of the other enticing options we have seen unveiled this year. Better yet, given its yesteryear flagship credentials, it still gets some attention from Samsung even though it’s since dropped further down the pecking order.
It has been reported for a while now that Samsung has been testing the Note 9’s Android 10 test builds internally and it seems like it’s almost time to expand the testing to the anxious public.
Samsung’s Android 10 beta programme is widely identified by the “One UI 2.0 beta” moniker which is more in tune with what users will experience on their devices: Samsung’s own take on Android.
Samsung is expected to confirm the availability of the One UI 2.0 beta update for the Note 9 in a few days. Fingers are crossed that the Galaxy S9, released just months before the Note 9, will also be getting the update if not at the same time then immediately after.
Samsung is expected to start seeding Android 10 to its devices, starting with the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10, from early 2020.