Wait for the Best Version of Android 10
If you want the best version of Samsung's Android 10 update, think about waiting for the Galaxy S11.
While it might be tempting to go with a cheaper device like the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S8, or Galaxy S9, the software support for those devices will end much sooner.
Samsung typically keeps devices upgraded with major updates for two years before ending support. The Galaxy S7 probably won't get Android Pie and the Galaxy S8 probably won't get Android 10. The Galaxy S9 will likely get one more major release (Android R) in 2020.
The Galaxy S11's status as the company's flagship also ensures that you'll get the best version of Android 10 and Samsung's One UI when the upgrades arrive next year.
Older devices sometimes miss out on software features due to hardware limitations and that's a risk you take buying an older model over a newer one.
According to SamMobile, the Galaxy S11 will debut with Android 10 and Samsung's enhanced One UI 2.1 user interface. We don't know what's on board, but those details should emerge ahead of the device's release date.
A possible Galaxy S11 benchmark shows Android 10 on board which shouldn't come as much of a surprise.
Galaxy S11 camera rumors hint at several upgrades including features dubbed Director’s View, Single Take Photo, and Night Hyperlapse.
We've heard the Galaxy S11's software is now in development which means we should get some specific details in the days ahead.
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