Samsung’s Galaxy A20s is next in line to get Android 10 update after the Galaxy A20. The Android 10 upgrade for the Galaxy A20s has officially started rolling out in selected markets and is expected to enter more regions in the coming weeks. With the latest update, the phone gets One UI 2.0 alongside the March 1 Android security patch. To note, the Galaxy A20s launched with Android in September of last year 9 Pie the Android 10 update comes about seven months later.
As per a SamMobile report, the Galaxy A20s Android 10 update has been rolled out with the version number A207FXXU2BTD7, bringing in a lot of new features and improvements. It should be noted, however, that the update has been rolled out in Ukraine, Russia, and the UAE. Along with the March security patch, the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 update includes an enhanced Dark Mode, modified device icons and colours, full-screen gestures, one-handed mode, and Digital Wellness, along with a few other updates.
The report notes the size of the update is 1.3 GB. If you want to check whether the update has reached you or not, go to Settings on your smartphone, tap App Update, and see the update below. If not, then wait for Samsung to roll it out into your region.
Notably, the update came online for the Galaxy A20s in late April, along with the Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A20e series, but only for a handful of markets, SamMobile said. Furthermore, the update of the One UI 2.1 is planned for the Galaxy Note 9, while the Galaxy Note 10 Lite began receiving it early last month. The Galaxy A51 has been the newest phone to receive an upgrade to One UI 2.1, but it looks like the Galaxy A20s, as well as the Galaxy A20 and the Galaxy A20e, would be stuck with One UI 2.