Samsung's Android Q release for Galaxy smartphones will bring version 2.0 of the company's one UI skin while the Galaxy S11 wants to debut with One 2.1. So, Android OS upgrade wants to bring a one UI upgrade, so we did not want to say it. One UI 2.1 for the Galaxy S11 so makes sense if we consider the fact that one UI 1.0 debuted with Android Pie and followed by one UI 1.1 on the Galaxy S10 lineup.
2.x releases of One UI will bring. All we can confirm is that One UI 2.0 wants to include all the Digital Wellbeing improvements that Google announced at its developer conference in May this year. Those improvements include Focus Mode, which will allow users to specify which apps they are using. Other core Android Q features will probably be a part of Samsung's Android Q update as well, Though some of the impressive stuff, like Live Captions, may be available for the flagship Galaxies.
Of course, we can always trust Samsung to cook up some interesting features that are exclusive to its smartphones and tablets. Android Pie and One UI 1.0 brought plenty of minor and major new functionality, and Samsung has just come up with features like Bixby Routines with One UI 1.1 on the Galaxy S10. Bixby routines has not yet made its way to the Galaxy S9, Galaxy Note 9 and other 2018 devices, but that will hopefully change once Android Q rolls out for eligible devices. Samsung wants no doubt offer exclusively with the Galaxy Note 10.
As for when we can expect Samsung to release the Android Q update, well, we're as much in the dark as everyone else. Android Pie for devices across its flagship, mid-range, and budget lineups, we are hopeful Android Q will not take too long to arrive, either. Perhaps Samsung wants to be quick with Android Q now that it has had some practice with the Android Pie rollout? We'll have to wait and see.
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