The back then all-new OneUI 1.0 saved Samsung from people’s scrutiny as they were unsatisfied with the previous User-Interface. This addition was the replacement of the old Samsung Experience UI and offered new Android 9.0 Pie features, better one hand accessibility, and many more. However, future Samsung Galaxy S11 would feature the updated OneUI 2.1.
The Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9 series were the first Samsung devices to receive the combo of Android 9.0 Pie and the OneUI 1.0. At the moment, the Android Q Beta rolled out from Google, so it is finally time to hear good news from Samsung.
The Android Q version will come to Samsung devices, according to SamMobile, but the South Korean company will also update its devices to the new OneUI 2.1 that is a better UI. The last year’s OneUI comes in an improved form, but the changes will not be as drastic as the moving from Experience UI to OneUI. The Samsung Galaxy S11 series will be the first smartphones to get the OneUI 2.1, but other phones will get it too, afterward.
Samsung Galaxy S11 Would Be The First To Sport OneUI 2.1
Regarding the improvements in OneUi 2.1, it will bring a series of changes, but they have not been confirmed yet. During the Google I/O 2019, the company announced the Digital Wellbeing additions such as Focus Mode that allows users to silence apps while working so they do not get disturbed.
OneUI 2.1 upgrade will also bring other Android Q core features to Samsung Galaxy S11. The mother company wanted to develop the One-Handed Usage and OneUI 2.1 properly. After finishing rolling updates for the Android 9.0 Pie, we are assured that the Android Q update will be more focused on that feats.
What can you do now? Well, we should wait for confirmation, announcement, leaked specifications, and maybe a release date for the Samsung Galaxy S11 and OneUI 2.1. If Samsung respects the timeline of the last years, Samsung Galaxy S11, and OneUI 2.1, also, would be announced in spring 2020.
Daniel Kiss is the senior editor for News Lair. Daniel was working as a writer since he finished high-school, first for local papers then he started online, nowadays he likes to write about the latest games and tech innovations.