Samsung kicked off the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta program for the Galaxy S10 series last week, and today the company announced that it will soon extend to the Galaxy Note10 lineup.
Samsung posted an image on its Korean site confirming One UI 2.0 beta for the Galaxy Note10, Note10+, and their 5G versions. Once the company opens registrations, you can enroll in the beta program from the Samsung Members app.
Samsung hasn't revealed when exactly the beta program will go live, but the company's customer care representative recently said that it's delayed until October 24.
It's also worth noting that One UI 2.0 beta for the Note10 series will likely go live in South Korea first, and users in other countries will have to wait to check out the latest version of Android layered with Samsung's newest custom Android skin.
Samsung is banned by security firms one reason is the poor quality of the fingerprint reader Banks no not support the S10
He means the privacy problems that all the phones have
At least I have S10+ and I don't have this problem. Maybe you got a faulty one?