S10 series Now getting One UI 3.0 Beta
The 2019 launched flagship phones of Samsung are nowhere behind or outdated even at the end of 2020. As the company started to rollout One UI 3.0 beta update for the Galaxy S10 series. Both the phone is currently running on one UI 2.5 based on Android 10. However, the newer generation the Galaxy S20 series is at the verge of getting the stable One UI 3.0. in fact, many parts of the world are already getting One Ui 3.0 on their Galaxy S20. Coming to the S10 One UI 3.0 beta Update. below is the changelog and features of One UI 3.0 along with the method on how to get the beta update of One UI 3.0 on Galaxy S10. Do note it is a generic features list and it may vary from region to region and device wise as well.
What’s new with S10 One UI 3.0 beta Update
One UI 3.0 brings a lot of new changes to the OS. Everything is revamped. The notification shade is different; the animations are unique, settings are different, and many more. Below is the full changelog of One UI 3.0
- Touch and hold an app to add an associated widget.
- Turn the screen off by double-tapping on an empty area of the home screen (settings > advanced features > motions and gestures)
- The dynamic lock screen now has more categories, and you can select more than one.
- Lockscreen widgets are improved.
- See your conversations and media more conveniently in their sections when you swipe down from the top of the screen.
- Always On Display widgets are improved.
- Get quick access to the most important accessibility settings during the device setup.
- Get recommended accessibility features based on what you use.
- Set the accessibility shortcut more easily in settings.
- Sound detectors now work with your SmartThings devices such as TVs and lights to give you more visible alerts when the doorbell rings or the baby is crying.
- You can find the keyboard settings more easily under General management in settings, and the settings have been reorganized to put the most important ones first.
- You can now connect to supported TVs wirelessly.
- New touchpad multi-gestures let you change screen zoom and font size more quickly.
- Added ability to block websites from redirecting you when you tap the back button.
- Added warnings and blocking options for websites that show too many pop-ups or notifications.
- Rearranged menus to make things easier to find.
- Added several new add-ons, including one that translates websites.
- Added option to hide the status bar for a more immersive browsing experience.
- Increased maximum number of open tabs to 99.
- Added ability to lock and reorder tabs.
- Improved design for tab bar, which is now supported on all devices.
- Ended support for Samsung Internet edge panel.
Contacts and Phone
- Added the ability to edit multiple linked contacts at one time.
- Added an option to help you quickly delete duplicate contacts.
- Enhanced the search experience.
- Extended the storage period for the Trash bin from 15 to 30 days.
- Added the ability to customize the call screen with your pictures and videos.
- Created a Trash bin to store recently deleted messages.
Call and text on other devices
- Added the ability to turn calls and text on other devices on or off with Bixby Routines.
- Events with the same start time are now shown together in the month and agenda view.
- Reorganized options for adding and editing events.
- Improved layout for full-screen alerts.
- Improved layout for full-screen alerts.
Digital wellbeing and parental controls
- Added trends to your weekly report. You can see how your usage has changed since the previous week and check your usage time for each feature.
- Added phone usage time while driving to your weekly report.
- Now Added a lock screen widget so you can check your screen time without unlocking your phone.
- Added separate profiles for personal and work modes so you can track your screen time separately.
- Improved autofocus and auto-exposure functionality and usability.
- Improved stabilization when taking pictures of the moon at high zoom levels.
- Added the ability to revert edited pictures to their original versions.
- Grouped preset routines help you get started quickly and learn how to build your routines rapidly.
- You can now see what actions are reversed when a routine ends.
- New conditions have been added, such as specific start time, the disconnection of a Bluetooth device or Wi-Fi network, a call from a particular number, and more.
- New actions have been added, including talking to Bixby and accessibility actions.
- You can add a customized icon for each routine and add routines to the lock screen for quick access.
One UI Beta Registration
If you own a Galaxy S10 series, you can register for One UI beta 3.0. All you have to do is make sure you are on the latest stable version of One UI. Go to the Samsung members app on your phone. If you haven’t installed it on your phone, you can download it from here. After you have downloaded the Samsung members app, log in with your Samsung account, which you are using on your smartphone.
Right after you log in at the top of the Samsung members app, you must see banners of different highlights. One of the flags should read One UI beta registration. Click on the banner, click on the image inside the page, and then click on the enrol button. That’s it. Wait for a while and then check for a software update. one UI 3.0 beta update should be waiting for you.