Samsung Electronics may not join the public testing program for Android 11 on its smartphones before Google rolls out the first stable version for its Pixel-branded smartphones.
The report was found on SamMobileÂ website after a member of the community of XDA Developers noticed references to Android 11 in the latest Galaxy S20 Ultra firmware on the official website for trackingÂ SamsungÂ firmware and suggested that early development had already begun.
In 2019, the stable version of Android 10 was released to the general public in early September but Samsung’s Android 10 beta program for the Galaxy S10 started in mid-October.
Android 11 for Samsung Galaxy smartphones will come with a new proprietary One UI 3.0 interface. Before the release of One UI 3.0, the Korean tech giant will still have time to release a major functional update to One UI 2.5.
One UI 2.5 To introduce In-App Ads To Samsung Devices
The One UI 2.5, which is expected be official with the Samsung Galaxy Note20 family and the Galaxy Fold 2 will bring ads to the stock Samsung apps.
We will meet the Galaxy Note20 and the Galaxy Note20 Plus/Ultra with Galaxy Fold 2 models on August 5. In this event, we expect to see One UI 2.5 interface. The next release of the Samsung user interface may arrive with many new features but will unfortunately also bring ads.
It is stated that these ads will appear on the lock screen also. For now, the process may only include low-cost devices. These ads will not be available in every market. However, this development is already getting a big reaction. As you may know, Xiaomi received great criticism on this subject and made serious changes in the process. Almost all users do not want to see advertisements on their phones.
The official report only talks about a novelty: the integration of Google gestures for third-party launchers. This is something that is not present in One UI 2.0 or 2.1. We will see it in One UI 2.5. Beyond this detail, we do not know any other news.
Regarding the devices that will receive One UI 2.5, there could be several. This include all the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy A models launched in the summer. We also expect that the Galaxy S20 gets the update a few days after the arrival of the Note 20 with the features of One UI 2.5.