The Korean company has outed the second beta update of One UI 3.0 for the Galaxy S10 line of devices. This second beta was initially supposed to come out last week, but got delayed and is now finally available in Korea, India, and the UK.
The firmware carries version ZTL8 and Samsung claims to have fixed a handful of issues that have been found by Samsung Members and One UI 3.0 beta participants. Various problems pertaining to the Camera have been addressed and the app should be more stable. The Home UI should no longer restart in a loop, and users should now be able to unlock their Galaxy S10 devices using their fingerprint.
The Galaxy Note 10 will probably follow suit given that its second One UI 3.0 beta release was also delayed last week. But for the time being, Galaxy S10 owners and Samsung Members in Korea, India, and the UK should now be able to download the second One UI 3.0 beta firmware for the Galaxy S10 by opening Settings, accessing Software update and tapping Download and install.
As to when we should expect the stable One UI 3.0 release to take place, Samsung has previously confirmed its intentions to bring the update to the Galaxy S10 series in January 2021, at least in some regions. Of course, this timeframe is not set in stone. Issues found during testing can lead to delays, as evidenced by Samsung’s decision to push back the second wave last week. We’ll keep you posted.
If you have an S10 device and are part of the beta testing, you should be able to grab the new software by going to Settings > Software update and choosing Download and install. The stable One UI 3.0 for the S10 will roll out in January, at least in some regions.