It has been two weeks since Samsung launched the One UI 2.0 beta based on Android 10 and now, the company is about to release the second beta to fix the first batch of bugs. The latest development comes as a hidden hint in the changelog of the Samsung Video Library app. The app says that it supports Galaxy S10 phones running the 2nd beta version of One UI 2.0. The update could roll out as soon as tomorrow, alongside the debut of One UI 2.0 beta program for the Galaxy Note10 lineup.
The One UI 2.0 based on Android 10 brings Google’s navigation gestures to the phones. While Samsung has not removed its own take on navigation gestures, it has added Google’s way to navigate the phone so users can choose whatever they are comfortable with. One UI 2.0 also comes equipped with a new shortcut and gesture for enabling One-handed mode.
One UI 2.0 comes with a new camera UI. Camera modes are no longer available above the shutter button. Apart from Photo, Video, Live Focus and Live Focus Video, all other modes are grouped together in the More section. Samsung has also rolled out a new screen recording feature from the Galaxy Note10 to other devices with One UI 2.0.