Over the past few months, Samsung has been testing the One UI 2.0 through its beta program. Following Samsung’s trend in releasing updates, the One UI 2.0 is due to be released soon. And now, there is a full list of phones that will be getting Android 10 update alongside One UI 2.0.
From what we can find out now, this list seems to have leaked from Samsung Israel as this list only appeared on that country’s Samsung Members app. Unfortunately, we can’t read Hebrew.
But we do know that both the Galaxy S10 and Note10 series will be getting the Android 10 + One UI 2.0 update in January. This is a month earlier compared to last year whereby the Galaxy S9 got the Android 9 + One UI update in February instead. Still, this is progress.
This alleged leaked roadmap also smells fishy as the Galaxy Note9 is slated to have the Android 10 + One UI 2.- update in January, whereby the Galaxy S9 is scheduled to be in April. We’re not sure why this is the case, but we guess that this alleged leaked roadmap is not finalized. We’ll have to wait for the official schedule to be published in the Samsung Members app.
We’ll be updating this page when we have more details regarding the Android 10 + One UI 2.0 update rollout schedule.
UPDATE: Just as expected, the list above that is in Hebrew is not finalized. Max Weinbach of XDA shared yet another update roadmap for the Samsung smartphones but did not show where the source is from.
Here is the list and its update schedule.
|Galaxy S10||January 2020|
|Galaxy S10+ (review)|
|Galaxy S10 5G|
|Galaxy Note10+ (review)|
|Galaxy Note10+ 5G|
|Galaxy S9 (review)|
|Galaxy Note9 (review)|
|Galaxy A80||March 2020|
|Galaxy A6||April 2020|
|Galaxy A7 (2018) (review)|
|Galaxy A9 (2018) (review)|
|Galaxy A90 5G|
|Galaxy Fold (review)|
|Galaxy Tab S6|
|Galaxy A10||May 2020|
|Galaxy J6+||July 2020|
|Galaxy Tab S4 10.5|
|Galaxy Tab S5e|
|Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019) (review)||August 2020|
|Galaxy Tab A 10.5||September 2020|
|Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (review)|
Our prediction is that Samsung’s update schedule has two major deciding factors – is it a flagship and how many users are there. With that, it makes sense that the Galaxy Fold will be getting the update in April instead of January since there isn’t many Fold compared to the Galaxy S and Note series.
However, we still can’t say that this is the confirmed update roadmap since the Galaxy A50s is missing.
But hey, according to SamMobile, users in Germany are already getting the Android 10 + One UI 2.0 update. This is actually in a similar pattern to last year’s update schedule where Samsung says it’ll be arriving to the Galaxy S9 in February, but we got it in January instead. Also, Samsung rolls out the update in stages by per-country. Malaysia will be getting it a little later.