Samsung have never been particularly agile when optimizing new versions of Android for its smartphones, believing that six months in this case — not time. Because of this, even flagships receive updates when some competitors have already upgraded even state employees. Fortunately, this year the Koreans realized that somewhere took a wrong turn and decided to mend my ways, starting with the early launch Android 10 for smartphones Galaxy S10. It is a pity that from-for suddenly arisen problems true dream Samsung never.
Samsung has faced problems of an unknown nature in the development of firmware One UI 2.0 which will have to go Android 10. This is evidenced by the pending launch of a test version of the update, originally scheduled for October 10, but was then postponed. According to the technical support of the company, if all goes according to plan, the update will be available to participants of the early access program in the second half of October.
When will Android 10 for Galaxy S10
Despite the fact that the term “problem” has a clearly negative connotation, for developers it’s business as usual. If they had to do with just adapting the updates, most likely, everything would have been much faster. But as they face the challenge to actually release a new firmware, taking into account the changes in Android 10, perhaps we can forgive them the delay.
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However, since Samsung had to delay the beta release One UI 2.0, so either the company will be less time for testing, or release the updates will be later than planned. Anyway, hope that Koreans will release an update at least in November, not to mention October, almost none. After all, even a month, which will actually remain with the company for testing and debugging One UI 2.0 is an extremely short time, considering that Apple is testing their updates for three months and still misses certain bugs.
What’s new in One UI 2.0
With regard to innovation One UI 2.0, then Samsung continues to play in Partizan and not copping to something that users expect from the upcoming updates. Obviously, some functions like system night mode, darkening the interface of all applications, or a mechanism that tracks how often a third-party application monitor the user, the company will transfer from Android 10. However, most likely the Koreans will not be limited only staffing innovations, adding something of my own.
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I think that would be appropriate if Samsung adds One UI 2.0 for flagship devices support the advanced night mode. Be equipped with iPhone 11 smartphones and line Google Pixel, and therefore for the developers of the Korean company most likely will not be an impossible task to do something like that. As practice shows, users do not care what night shots look unnatural and suffer from incorrect rendering. The main thing for them — the ability to take pictures in the dark.