In the first quarter of 2019, the South Korean corporation Samsung introduced a new firmware called One UI, which is based on Android. This software came out for an impressive number of mobile devices of the company, whose owners are satisfied with the new operating system because it provides increased speed of work, and at the same time it offers increased stability and, in addition, some other advantages. These include an updated look and feel of all elements and a redesigned set of available features. In the near future, the release of the firmware One UI 2.0 will happen, and it is based in all cases, according to rumors, it will be on Android 10 Q.
So far, the manufacturer itself has not reported anything on this account, but SamMobile, a profile insider resource, has already shared a list of phones for which Google’s Android 10 Q will be released by Google, and this should be part of the One UI 2.0 firmware for Samsung mobile devices.
This can be announced on August 9, 2019, along with the flagship Galaxy Note 10, to which it will be installed right out of the box, but it’s far from a fact that it will happen. As expected, the new firmware will not be available for all phones of the South Korean corporation.
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What innovations it brings with it is unknown, but, most likely, the developers implement in One UI 2.0 all such changes, which were requested by users in the first version of this firmware. Thus, owners of Samsung smartphones will be able to use the dark theme of the design, provide additional permissions to applications, and also use a number of other features that were previously, that is, now always available.
There is reason to believe that the new firmware based on Android 10 Q will be released for the phones of the South Korean corporation in the next six months, that is, until the end of 2019, but it’s far from the fact that this will actually happen.
It is reported that before the new software will be updated smartphones Galaxy Fold, Galaxy S10e / S10 / S10 +, Galaxy S9 / S9 +, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy A9 (2018), Galaxy A7 (2018), Galaxy A6 (2018) / A6 + (2018) , Galaxy A80, Galaxy A70, Galaxy A50, Galaxy A40, Galaxy A30, Galaxy A20, Galaxy A20e, Galaxy A10, Galaxy J6 / J6 +, Galaxy J8 / J8 +, Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30.
Again, for the time being, this is not official information, so perhaps some other Samsung phone models will receive an update. The official list should be announced during the announcement of the One UI 2.0 firmware, and no one has yet announced when this happens.