South Korean tech giant Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 series earlier this year and with the launch of the new smartphones, the company also upgraded its custom UI skin One UI to version 2.1. Recently, some older devices like Galaxy S10 and Note 10 also received the One UI 2.0 update. But there are still devices that haven’t received the Android 10 update based on OneUI 2.0. One such device is the Samsung Galaxy A20s.
Samsung Galaxy A20s was launched back in October 2019 and is a very popular mid-range device. Galaxy A20s was debuted with the Android 9 Pie and users were waiting for the Android 10 update for quite a long time. Well, now it looks the wait is finally over. Samsung has started to roll out the One UI 2.0 update based on Android 10 for Galaxy A20s. This new major OS update for the device is rolling out with firmware number A207FXXU2BTD7/A207MUBU2BTD7. The update also comes with the March security patch update.
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With the Android 10 (One UI 2.) Update you can expect features like new camera interface, new navigation gestures, enhanced dark mode, built-in screen recorder, and much more.
Note: OTA updates are rolled out in batches. So, you receive the update on your device in the coming days, if you haven’t already. You can manually check for the update by going to Settings>> Software udpate>> Download and install.
Rest assured, we will be updating the post as and when more details about the Android 10 update for Galaxy A20s arrives. Stay tuned.