ONE UI 2.0 Android 10 beta release for Galaxy S9, S9 +, and Note 9 and improved night mode Samsung seems to be firing from all cylinders when updating its latest device to Android 10. After pumping seven Android 10 One UI 2.0 beta updates for the Galaxy S10 series for six weeks, Samsung is now released. Android 10 beta for Galaxy S9, S9 + and Note 9 users in Korea and India. Samsung’s old flagship received an early Christmas gift from the company in addition to getting Android 10. Night mode photography works with your primary camera or better.
The first device to receive the Android 10 beta update after the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 is the Galaxy Note 9. Used by Note 9 users who unlocked Korea and the United Kingdom first, then a week later by Note 9 users in India. Note Nine users who signed up for the beta through the Samsung Members app received a substantial download file close to 2GB in size. There is currently no beta release for Note 9 users in the US or elsewhere.
Steps to participate in the beta program with Android just Korean and Indian users start Galaxy S9 and S9 + 10 Beta is the same-register via Samsung member app and then start the software update by downloading and installing within the software settings within Update section. As with Note 9, unlocked S9 users receive the update first.
In addition to all the benefits that come with the Galaxy 10, Galaxy S9 and Note 9 users have been treated as a camera in Samsung: Night mode. Night mode is Samsung’s response to Google’s Night Sight, a special camera mode for taking bright, clear photos in very dark places. After installing the beta update, Galaxy S9 and Note 9 users will be able to use night mode on both the front and rear telephoto cameras (if any). Previously, night mode was only supported on the main rear camera.