Update [October 14, 2019]: The Android 10 beta has also been announced for India, too.
Join the Beta Program and be the first one to enjoy the new One UI with #Android10 features on your #GalaxyS10 even before its official release @samsunghttps://t.co/3FlyQjgvND pic.twitter.com/UudJZgbMC8
— SamsungNewsroomIN (@SamsungNewsIN) October 14, 2019
Update [October 14, 2019]: The wait is over! The S10’s Android 10 update is finally rolling out for the users in Germany. The screenshots shared by the Reddit users RKCaduh and kx0315, given below, show that Samsung is now enrolling S10, S10+, and S10e users who wish to participate in the One UI 2 beta program update to get early access to Android 10 and has begun seeding out the OTA too.
Samsung is not the quickest when it comes to rolling out major Android OS updates. Part of the reason is the heavy customization Samsung implements on Google’s stock Android releases, but there’s also some inherent lethargy involved, which pushes the releases further and further.
Thankfully, the South Korean OEM is taking a stand to change things for the better with One UI 2 and Android 10. Last week, Samsung announced One UI 2 beta for T-Mobile, Sprint, and unlocked S10 users in the United States. And now, the company seems to have broadened the scope by publishing a global announcement.
Join the Beta Program and enjoy the new One UI with #Android10 features before its official release #GalaxyS10https://t.co/LoucKY1LvP
— Samsung Electronics (@Samsung) October 14, 2019
The official press release doesn’t specify the countries where the update One UI beta program would go live, so, we’d probably have to keep refreshing the Samsung Members‘ feed for the latest announcements.
→ How to enroll in One UI 2 beta program to get Android 10 beta
One UI 2 has already gone live in Korea and is rolling out as software version ZAJ6. The update also got leaked in Europe, on October 11th, releasing as software version ZSJ6.