Yesterday, we got our hands on the One UI 2.0 Android 10 update roadmap thanks to the Samsung Israel division. The roadmap disclosed all the eligible Galaxy devices along with the tentative timeline for the update. Turns out! Samsung has already started seeding the stable One UI 2.0 update in Germany. Samsung Galaxy S10 trio has started receiving the update which weighs around 140MB in size. Apart from the stable build, the update brings the latest December 2019 security patch.
The stable update carries the software version G97**XXU3BSKO. The build number here ends with BSKO and the B here indicates the release of the stable update. For those who’re unaware, the beta or test update in Germany follows the ZSKO pattern. It seems like the update is currently rolling out for those who are enrolled in the public beta testing program. It would be interesting to see when the stable update will be open for the general public who are not a part of the beta program. Samsung’s official roadmap still points towards January 2020 for the stable release.
With that said, if you’re in Germany and are using Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10 Plus, then you can update your smartphone to the latest stable One UI 2.0 Android 10 update. As mentioned earlier, the update is only live for the public beta testers. To update, you can head over to Settings>>Software Update menu. We will still recommend backing up the device since the stable build might contain few unfiltered bugs. It might take a few more stable releases for Samsung to create a bug-free experience.
To recall, Samsung’s One UI software brings the cleaner and minimal experience to the table while still focussing on one-hand usage. Unlike the previous TouchWiz, the smartphone maker has received constructive criticism for One UI from the consumer as well as the tech community all over the globe.