Expect a Long List of Changes
You can expect Samsung's version of Android Q to come with a long list of changes and build on the One UI it introduced with Android Pie.
Android Q is still in beta so we're still learning about the changes on board. The six Android Q betas have brought several enhancements and tweaks though it'll be interesting to see what does, and doesn't, make it into the final release.
Samsung's version of Android Q will come with many of these base level changes from Google. You can also expect the company to offer some improvements of its own.
Some of these changes will be new, but we also expect the company to bring features from newer models like the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 to older devices.
SamMobile claims the company's Android Q update will bring One UI 2.0 to the Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S9, and others. We don't know what will be on board, but expect an assortment of upgrades.
You can also expect security updates and bug fixes for lingering Android Pie problems.
For more on the contents of Android Q, take a look at our guide.
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