Samsung continues to demonstrate its support for all ranges of devices and has just started rolling out Android 10 on the Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A20s . It is its most economical range that is also updated with the OneUI 2.0 customization layer.
A few months ago, South Koreans updated their Galaxy range (with the exception of the Galaxy S and Note, which are still their flagship ranges) to adapt the models to a wider audience and that these were easier to distinguish .
The Galaxy A range has an attractive and current design, as well as features that, without compromising the performance of the terminal, allow it to offer a good quality/price ratio. For example, the hole in the screen or the camera module of the Galaxy top of the range is also in some terminals of this family (such as the Galaxy A51 that we analyzed a few months ago ). Now, the most modest terminal of South Koreans receives the latest version of Android.
At the end of last year, Samsung started bringing Android 10 and the OneUI 2.0 customization layer (which, for example, improves the night mode on devices, something key for those who have AMOLED screens to save some battery) to some terminals. Recently, the Galaxy A20s started to update to Android 10 and OneUI 2.0, but they were not all models, only the A20e .
Now, as we read in XDA-Developers, Samsung begins with the update to Android 10 of the Galaxy A20 and A20s. Specifically they are the models SM-A205F, SM-A205FN, SM-A205G, SM-A205GN, SM-A205YN .
With this update, in addition to the commented dark mode, gesture navigation, one-handed navigation is improved and we have both icons and Samsung applications with their latest updates.
In addition, in terms of security, having Android 10 guarantees that the terminals arrive with the latest system security patches , something that must always be taken into account.
As always, updates are released in waves, so if you don’t have it yet, over the next few days you should receive the OTA.
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