Samsung OneUI 2.0 stable update is available for some flagship devices. It is based Android 10 operating system and comes with some custom modification similar to the other custom UIs. Now the company has reportedly started working on mid-range smartphones. According to Galaxyclub publication, Samsung has started testing Android 10 on the Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A40. However, it may take some time for users to install the update on their phones. Furthermore, it should be based on the OneUI 2.0 custom user interface.
The Samsung Galaxy A50 comes with firmware version A505FDDU3BSL1 in some Asian countries and regions and the Galaxy A40 firmware version is A405FNXXU2BSL2. Among them, the letter “B” represents Android 10, the report further pointed out. Of course, there is still a long way to go from the beginning of testing to the introduction of the stable firmware. Samsung’s previous update plans show that Android 10 is expected to be released on the Galaxy A40 in April, and the Galaxy A50 is expected to start in May. But so far, Samsung seems to be ahead of the previously announced schedule.
Speaking of the features, Android 10 update emphasizes the enhanced security options. It has minimalized the bloatware and focuses on the smooth and faster overall experience. On the top of OneUI 2.0 gets some more features such as in-built screen recorder, new navigation gestures, Digital Weibing, Alternative Look and system-level dark mode. Overall, we can expect a lot of better user experience with the latest release. What are your thoughts? Do let’s know in below comment section!