Samsung Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A20s Android 10 updates roll out with One UI 2.0
Samsung kicked off its Android 10 update rollout with the Galaxy S10 series in October last year. The company then went on to update its other premium phones including the Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy S9 series, Galaxy Note 9 series. Samsung even released a roadmap detailing various mid-range and budget smartphones it had planned to update to One UI 2.0. As per the update roadmap, the company has been busy rolling out the Android 10 update to its mid-range and entry-level smartphones since the start of the year. Samsung recently rolled out One UI 2.0 with Android 10 to the Galaxy A10, Galaxy A20e, and Galaxy Xcover 4s. Now, the budget Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A20s have also joined the list.
The Galaxy A20 started receiving its One UI 2.0 update late last month and since then, the update has gone live in multiple countries including Russia, Vietnam, Chile, and the Philippines. The following Galaxy A20 variants are currently receiving update:
The Galaxy A20s is also getting the One UI 2.0 based Android 10 update in select markets. The update has gone live in Russia, Ukraine, and the United Arab Emirates and should be coming to more regions in the following weeks.
In terms of new features, the update brings along all the standard Android 10 goodies such as the system-wide dark mode, new navigation gestures, new Digital Wellbeing tools with parental controls as well as One UI 2.0 specific changes such as the revamped camera app, new One-Handed mode, redesigned icons, updated Samsung apps and much more. Along with the expected jump to Android 10, the update also includes the April 2020 security patches.
Notably, Indian owners of the Galaxy A20/A20s will have to wait for some time to get the update as Samsung has paused the One UI 2.0 rollout in India due to COVID 19.