Samsung may have mysterious, radical Galaxy smartphone lined up

Ruben Fields
October 15, 2019

It's been some time in the making, but Galaxy S10 users can now finally try out the upcoming Android 10-based One UI on their smartphones.

What's new? Well, One UI based on Android 10 is created to simplify and streamline interactions, bringing a more unified UI to Samsung's phones, tablets and more.

T-Mobile in the USA has already confirmed its Galaxy S10 models are participating in the beta, and Sprint users also should have access to the Members app.

This story will be updated shortly. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is said to carry the model number SM-G770F.

The next version of One UI, Samsung's custom version of Android, is here.

IOS 13.2 will let you delete your Siri history
I'm glad that Apple is adding this feature, and given its privacy stance I'm surprised it's a feature we don't already have. Those upgrading to iOS 13 .2 will see a new splash screen that clearly explains how the Siri recordings were being used.

The new UI includes an assortment of new features including improvements to one-handed mode, upgraded biometrics, enhancements to Device Care, and a whole lot more. If you don't have a Samsung account, you need to create one through Samsung's website. If the Android 10 beta is available, you can manually install the update onto your device.

As we'll move closer to the devices' release date, more details on the Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus model and its counterparts would emerge on the Internet.

"This means that if anyone got a hold of my phone they can access it and within moments could be into the financial apps and be transferring funds.we called Samsung because we thought there was a fault with the phone". On the Note 10, Samsung used a circular camera cut-out as opposed to the oval cut-out seen on the Galaxy S10.

If Apple fails to announce a new iPad Pro in 2019, you'll probably have to wait until March, 2020 which is the company's next launch window. Picked up by the eagle-eyes at Tiger Mobiles (via BGR), Samsung has revealed a brand new patent revealing work on a radically new smartphone with a bezel-much less design and triple entrance-dealing with cameras.

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