One UI Beta 2 opens for Galaxy S10

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Samsung is officially rolling out the first Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta for Galaxy S10 phones in the UK.  Owners of a Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10e, or S10 5G can sign up for the beta program using their Samsung account.

One UI 2.0 has tweaked the design of some pop-ups and interface elements to be more streamlined and take up less room on the screen. Samsung has also built on the dark mode and Digital Wellbeing suites from Android 10, with dark mode extending to the brightness and contrast of the home screen and Focus Mode which lets users temporarily silence apps for less distractions.

Smart Lock screen automatically adjusts the colour and format of the clock and notifications to ensure you can always see the text and icons clearly.

You can sign up for the beta program using the Samsung Members app

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