The Galaxy S10 did not really innovate in that field either, and Samsung needs to pick up the pace. The source claims that "MecaTech Systems" will start supplying Samsung with test sockets for the next Galaxy phone's folded camera.
Yes, you heard that right Samsung fans. So, keep your eagle eyes on the Samsung Members' notification and get into the beta testing group to test new features before anyone else. Samsung's previous betas have hit China, France, India, Poland, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
In the United States, unlocked phones as well as those on Sprint and T-Mobiles network will be able to join the beta test. Our neighbor, Singapore, is also loving the Galaxy Fold.
Of course not... If history is any indication, the Galaxy Note 10 will enter the Android 10 beta stages a couple of weeks after the Galaxy S10 lineup. The trio join the usual suspects, Samsung's flagship devices from the past 2 years, and outliers like the 2017 Galaxy A5 and last year's Galaxy A8.
Rather than a polished device for the masses, the Fold seems to be a showcase for Samsung's vision of the future of mobile computing.
Once you download the app you'll need to launch it and submit your Galaxy Beta Program application form. You'd need an Android One device for such kind of guarantees and more.
So, to summarize, Samsung is "soon" going to push the Galaxy S10 series into the Android 10 beta program, and once that happens, the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ should, in theory, follow suit in the next two weeks or so. It also means that you'll get to use Samsung's One UI 2.0 update with Android 10 before the general public, though, which can be pretty exciting.
As such, the latest update from Samsung detailing which of its devices users can expect to continue receiving security updates regularly is here.