Samsung delays the public beta of One UI 3.0 for the Galaxy S10 when detecting a high power consumption

In recent weeks we have seen that Samsung has begun to launch the first public betas (for certain non-Spanish-speaking countries) of One UI 3.0 that is based on Android 11.

First it started with the Galaxy S20, then it went through the Galaxy Note 20 and now last has launched the beta for the Galaxy Note 10. However, about the Galaxy S10 absolutely nothing has been known.

But from South Korea we get the reasons why the public beta for the Galaxy S10 has not been released, and it would be mainly because Samsung would have temporarily suspended the beta for this series due to its high power consumption.

This news about the beta delay was confirmed by a Samsung Beta software operations manager in a post made on the Samsung community forum in South Korea, as shown in the following image:

At the moment it is unknown when Samsung will start the process of releasing the public beta of One UI 3.0 for the Galaxy S10 again, but at least we already know the reason for the delay.

Now it is said that the next Samsung devices that will participate in this public beta would be the company’s folding devices, the Galaxy Z Flip 5G and the Galaxy Z Fold 2.


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