Over the past few weeks, we’ve been seeing a series of news related to beta testing of Android 10-based One UI 2.0 for the Galaxy S10 series of smartphones in select countries including South Korea, Germany, France, and Poland. Now the brand has started to offer beta 2 of One UI 2.0, including an extensive changelog that reflects a large number of bugs fixed when compared to the previous version, available until then.
Identified as G97*USQU2ZSJF in the US, G97*FXXU3ZSJF in Germany and G97*NKSU3ZSJF in Korea, the update highlights the fixing of the identified fingerprint flaw that allowed anyone to unlock the handset, issues related to the device heating and battery consumption. In addition to the sudden shutdown of Bixby Routines, camera, and keyboard, night mode activation improperly and more.
In addition, the update also brings the security patch related to the month of November, which was made official by the brand earlier this month, is being delivered with the new beta round. These upgrades range in size from 500MB to 650MB and can be obtained from those who are registered with Samsung’s testing system through the software update section available in the device settings.