Official: OneUI 2.0 update confirmed to hit these Samsung devices

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Samsung OneUI 2.0 based on the latest Android 10 is going through intense beta testing all these while. As it’s obvious, Samsung fanatics all around the globe are impatiently waiting for it to attain stability and at the same time eager to know the devices which will receive it as a major update. Interestingly, thanks to the Israel Samsung Members app, we’ve now the official list of devices to get the OneUI 2.0 update.

Looking at the Samsung Members post, it seems Samsung has got a rich plan of updating number of existing devices in its arsenal. The list includes around 28 of devices which have been launched in the near past and have received either one or no major updates since their release. To name some of the devices included in the list, the Samsung Galaxy S10/Note 10 Series, which is obvious, will be the first to receive the OneUI 2.0. Among the tablets, the candidates are the flagship Galaxy Tab S6, Tab S5e and some mid-range tabs such as Tab A 2018 and 2019.

In case if you don’t know, the OneUI 2.0 will mark the second major update for the likes of Galaxy J8 and Galaxy J6. While the Galaxy Note 8 and S8 flagships which have recieved their share of two major updates failed to feature in the list. The existence of entry-level devices such as the Galaxy J8 and Galaxy J6 shows that Samsung is not differentiating the flagships and budget devices on the basis of number of major updates even now. Which literally means Samsung has made a little or no changes to their update policy which is a bummer.

If you find the list hard enough to perceive, here is the complete list of the devices in plain text.

  1. Galaxy S10+
  2. Galaxy S10
  3. Galaxy S10e
  4. Galaxy Note 10+
  5. Galaxy Note 10
  6. Galaxy Note 9
  7. Galaxy S9
  8. Galaxy S9+
  9. Galaxy Tab S6
  10. Galaxy Tab S5e
  11. Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019)
  12. Galaxy Tab A 8 (2018)
  13. Galaxy A80
  14. Galaxy A70
  15. Galaxy A50
  16. Galaxy A30
  17. Galaxy A30s
  18. Galaxy A20s
  19. Galaxy A20
  20. Galaxy A10s
  21. Galaxy A10
  22. Galaxy J8
  23. Galaxy J6
  24. Galaxy J6+
  25. Galaxy A9 (2018)
  26. Galaxy A7 (2018)
  27. Galaxy Tab S4 10.5
  28. Galaxy Tab A 10.5

That is a lot of devices, isn’t it. We’ve to wait and see how quickly Samsung is able to push the update to all these devices. If Samsung’s track record is of any hint, then it’d take considerable amount of months to be honest.

 

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