Samsung is currently working on Android 10-based One UI 2.0 update for its devices. The company is currently beta testing the update to further optimize it and fix any hidden issues. It has not announced any timeline for the roll-out of the much-awaited update. However, according to a new report by Google, it is likely that Samsung may roll out the update before the end of the year. The company shared this information in a new blog post talking about Project Treble.
Samsung Android 10 a UI 2.0 update details
Google’s blog post talks about how Project Treble has helped to adopt new Android versions. It was concluded that Project Treble positively impacted Android upgrade adoption. It added, “Several manufacturers such as Asus, LG, Motorola, Oppo, Realme, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Transsion and Vivo have committed to update some of their devices.” This commitment made it clear that these companies will toll the update before the end of 2019.
This highlighted that this may not mean that all Samsung devices will get the update. Instead, it is possible that the company may roll out updates in select countries. The full roll-out of the update may take place in the next week. For reference, Sammobile highlighted that Samsung did the same when Samsung updated the first Android 9 Pie for its Galaxy S9. Samsung initially rolled out the update around Christmas and then took a few weeks to roll out to other markets.
The company is expected to rollout with its Galaxy S10 series. Subsequently, the company hopes to update the Galaxy Note 10 series of devices in India. Reportedly, Google praised Samsung for launching its Android 10 beta program “over a month” ahead of Android 9 Pie beta.