After teasing the start of the One UI 2.0 beta program for the Galaxy Note 10 series, Samsung started to roll out the promised update for these devices in select regions. One UI 2.0 isn’t only an upgrade to Samsung’s most succesful software iteration to the date, it is based on Android 10 – The latest version of Google’s Operating system.
Currently, the beta rollout has been confirmed by users in Germany. But we know that this first rollout will also come for users in the US and South-Korea. It should reach an expressive amount of users since all these are strong markets for Samsung. Especially in South-Korea, where the company’s smartphones are heavily supported by local customers.
This update is identical to the second Android 10 beta that came today for the Galaxy S10. The update carries the N975FXXU1ZSJF build number. Along with all the goodies brought by One UI 2.0 also includes November 2019, security patch. It’s nice since most smartphones will only start to receive this updated security bulletin in the next month.
The update weighs in at 1,8GB and is rolling out for users who are signed in the beta program via Samsung Members App. You can easily download the app in your Note 10 device and sign-up for the update. Once you’re approved, the update should be sent via OTA. Do not forget to backup all your data before flashing this update.