Published: Fri, October 11, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Samsung begins testing Android 10 on Galaxy Note9

Samsung begins testing Android 10 on Galaxy Note9

If you're pretty excited about how the Android 10 One UI 2.0 will look like on your Samsung Galaxy S10, that day will soon arrive.

Some rumors are claiming the implementation of a spectrometer on Samsung Galaxy S11, which is an outstanding idea.

After the Galaxy S9 series, Samsung has started testing Android 10 for its 2018 flagship - Galaxy Note9.

The video above was uploaded by Samsung itself, and in it the company explains why there's the need for a periscope camera, as well as why there's impossible to have over five times optical zoom on a phone. We will most likely see second generation of the foldable phone at the next MWC2020 starting on February 24th; with the new Samsung Galaxy S11 coming a few days earlier. According to Thelec, smartphone manufacturers can "hide" the camera lens by placing the sides of the camera module side-by-side to make the camera module less noticeable.

For the sake of clarity, the Galaxy S10 family will include the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e.

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Including a periscope-style camera which can shoot objects that are far away with considerable clarity may be the feature Samsung is looking for. More specifically, those devices with service on Sprint or T-Mobile, as well as unlocked phones will be able to participate in the upcoming beta program.

The Samsung Galaxy S11 is said to come before the MWC 2020.

Samsung's annual developer conference takes place at the end of the month, October 29 and October 30, and I'd imagine that's when we'll see One UI 2 unveiled, including full launch details. If all goes well, both the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 lineups will hopefully be getting Android 10 in several markets before the holidays. In fact, Samsung may introduce the Galaxy S11, S11+, and S11e, following this year's models. QHD + OLED panels are also expected to be added.

While it would be great to see the Galaxy S10 Android 10 beta hit every carrier in evert region around the world, that probably isn't in the cards.

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