New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….

Original story (published on August 5, 2020) follows:

Samsung is set to unveil the next Samsung Galaxy Note, presumably the Galaxy Note 20 later today at Galaxy Unpacked 2020. Early leaks indicate that the device should run the company’s One UI 2.5 out of the box.

The same One UI 2.5 is expected to be pushed out to a number of current Samsung devices from the previous generation Galaxy Note to the current Galaxy S20 devices and a number of mid-rangers. We have compiled a list of possible eligible devices and you can read more on that here.

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Samsung One UI 2.5 update is coming to the Galaxy S20 series

Already, we have seen reports of One UI 2.5 being tested on a number of Samsung devices. Most recently, we got word that Samsung was testing this new build of One UI on the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Tab S5e.

Today, the same source on Weibo reports that Samsung is now testing One UI 2.5 on the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy Note 10. This, the report alleges, is after the company finished working on One UI 2.5 for the Galaxy S20 and the Tab S5e.

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While we cannot independently verify these reports, history might lay a little credibility to the reports. Back when Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 series of devices with One UI 2.1 out of the box, the previous-gen devices, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 were first in line for the update followed by the Note 9 and S9.

If history repeats itself, the mentioned devices; Galaxy S10, Note 10, S20 and Tab S5e, should be among the first devices to bag the update. We can only hope that Samsung strives to push out stable builds of One UI 2.5 to the eligible devices as soon as possible.

We shall continue to keep an eye on One UI 2.5 for Galaxy S10 and its development and update as soon as we get more related information so stay tuned.

Update 1 (August 12)

Samsung users with devices running on Android 10 alongside One UI 2.0 or One UI 2.1 can now check out the stock apps and wallpapers that come with the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. Check out all the details here.

Update 2 (August 19)

Samsung is set to bring Android 10 gestures support for third-party launchers with the upcoming One UI 2.5 update. At present, Android 10’s gestures don’t work well with other homescreen launchers such as Nova Launcher, Lawnchair Launcher, and more. See the full story here.

Further, the company might be planning to release the Android 10-based One UI 2.5 update for the Galaxy Note 10 series and the Galaxy S10 series soon since new test builds have surfaced. The test firmware comes with the build number DTH4. Head here for more details.

Update 3 (September 03)

IST: 12:30 pm: Earlier in August, we reported that Samsung is testing the One UI 2.5 for the Galaxy S10 series. In a recent development, we have learned that the latest One UI update is now live in Germany and should soon be available in other regions. Read the full coverage here.

Update 4 (September 09)

IST: 02:42 pm: According to Samsung executive, unlocked Samsung Galaxy S10 series devices in the US might start receiving the One UI 2.5 update in October. In contrast, the update has been released for the S10 series in India. See the full story here.

Update 5 (September 24)

IST: 02:33 pm: The One UI 2.5 update for the Galaxy S10 series has begun rolling out in the U.S. It is currently rolling out on unlocked units as well as certain carrier-branded models. To know more, head here.

NOTE: We have these and many more Samsung stories in our dedicated Samsung section.

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