The Korean company has taken to its Samsung Members app with an official list of devices that will receive the new One UI 2.0 update based on Android 10 alongside the expected arrival of the OS. The company has already shared the rough timeline of the update roll-out of different markets around the globe. However, the company has not yet fixed anything for devices in the Indian market. But, all that has changed as Samsung recently released the update rollout schedule for India. Samsung Android 10-based One UI 2.0 will reach the flagship Galaxy S, and Galaxy Note devices.
The new One UI 2 features a streamlined design that keeps you up to date without getting in the way of what you’re doing. Notifications take up less space, so you can focus on what matters even more. There was no information on if or when the recently released Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ would be added to the One UI Android 10 beta program. Another report suggests that we’ll see those devices get the beta as early as October 21.
As part of the announcement, it revealed that the company will roll out the update to 11 devices in January 2020. The list includes Galaxy S9 series, Note 9, M20, M30, A30, S10 series, and Note 10 series. Samsung is likely to take a break and focus on the Galaxy S11 series launch in February. Coming back, it will roll out the update to Galaxy M40 in March.
12 Samsung devices will get the update in April 2020. These include Galaxy A6, A6+, A7 (2018), A9 (2018), A50, A50s, A70, A70s, A80, M30s, Tab S6, and Galaxy Fold. Samsung will roll out the Android 10 One UI 2.0 update to six devices in May 2020. These include Galaxy A8 Star, A10, A10s, A20, A30s, and M10s. Beyond this, the company will focus on older devices.
Samsung will roll out the update to three devices in June including Galaxy On6, J6, and A20s. Galaxy S6+. J7 Duo, On8, J8, Tab S4, and Tab S5e will get the update in July. Beyond this, Galaxy Tab A8, and Tab S5e will get the update in August. We are unsure if the Tab S5e is a typo or if it refers to a specific variant. Last but not least, the company will roll out the update to Tab A 10.5 (2018) and Tab A 10.1 in September. It also means that the rollout will set around the same time as the launch for Android R or Android 11.