This is fairly usual for Android phones outside of the Pixel range though, with glacial speeds from LG and HTC, but with Sony and OnePlus faring better – the latter particularly so.

To opt into the One UI 2 beta for your S10, S10 Plus or S10e you have to be logged into the Samsung Members app on your S10 and then search the apt to opt into the beta. It’s not a very smooth experience to find the right place to sign up, in our experience.

While Samsung has only mentioned the S10, reports claim that the Note 10 should be able to access the Android 10 beta this month too, and while the official announcement is from the US, it should roll out in Europe soon.

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