“One UI 2.0 update to the Galaxy S10+ brings firmware version G975FXXU3ZSJF, while the Galaxy S10e carries G970FXXU3ZSJF firmware version”
Samsung Galaxy S10 series phones are finally getting the One UI 2.0 Beta update based on Android 10 in India. The beta version is also reportedly live in France and Poland. It’s a given that the beta versions usually come with bugs and app crashes, and might not be suitable for daily use. The One UI 2.0 based on Android 10 weighs 2GB in size and brings the November 2019 security patch. The update to the Galaxy S10 Plus brings firmware version G975FXXU3ZSJF, while the Galaxy S10e carries G970FXXU3ZSJF firmware version.
The One UI 2.0 update to Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10e bring a new custom skin, including an improved Dark Mode and a Smart Lock screen with automatic adjustments to colour and format of the clock and notifications to display text and icons. Digital Wellbeing gets a new Focus mode and also a new Device care menu. For users to participate in the beta program, they need to enrol themselves through the Samsung Members app in the Notices section. Once enrolled, the over-the-air update should be available right away. Alternatively, they can check Settings > Software update > Download and install to check for the latest update.
However, it is suggested to back up entirely before updating as returning back to Android Pie requires a complete data wipe. Once updated to One UI 2.0 based on Android, users will have to update Calculator, Samsung Internet, Samsung Health, and Samsung Notes should be updated separately. Once the beta testing is done and the company irons out the bugs and issues after collecting feedback, the stable version will be rolled out, but a specific timeline isn’t available yet.