Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018), A10, A10e, and A20e seemingly next in line for welcome One UI 2.0 update
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More Wi-Fi Alliance certificates have been spotted that should please owners of some of Samsung’s entry-level and mid-range smartphones. While high-end devices such as the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus certainly haven’t been overlooked in regard to an Android 10 update, it seems that phones on the other end of the price scale haven’t been forgotten either. Samsung’s One UI 2.0 software should be on its way to the Galaxy A7 (2018), Galaxy A10, Galaxy A10e, and Galaxy A20e in the coming weeks.
All four of those above-mentioned smartphones have had Wi-Fi Alliance certificates published showing them operating on Android 10. The European variant of the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018), which we praised for its impressive OLED screen and decent camera setup, is the SKU that appears on the relevant certificate. The Samsung Galaxy 20e, which was also released in 2018, seems to have its global model listed with the unearthed Wi-Fi Alliance documents.
The Samsung Galaxy A10 and A10e originally came with Android 9 Pie when they were released in 2019, so now they can expect a first OS update to Android 10. Owners of global models of the phones could expect to receive One UI 2.0 on their devices within a couple of months, bringing features such as enhanced Dark Mode, digital wellness checks, and an overall improved design for the user interface.