Samsung opened its Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta program for the Galaxy S10 last month, and the company has released a total of five updates for its 2019 flagship since. Today that number increases to six as Samsung has released yet another beta build for the Galaxy S10.
The new firmware carries version number G97**XXU3ZSKJ and will be available in all the countries where the beta program is currently active.
The update doesn't bring in any major features to the Galaxy S10, but it squashes a few bugs related to Bluetooth tethering, volume control bar, and status bar.
If you are enrolled in the beta program, you can download the update by heading over to the Settings > Software update menu on your Galaxy S10.
tsk another update.. my poor s10 still no updates.. i have s10 at&t and im outside usa.
Dont tell me Samsung downgrading the camera on S10 via updates as S11 is coming up soon ?
The BIGGEST feature I'd love to have them update in android is a really really really good anti robocaller /sales call blocker. Even with truecaller I get about 4 spam calls a day.