The One UI 2.1 is the latest version of Samsung’s in-house Android skin is now available on the Galaxy Z Flip and the Galaxy S20 series. The phones such as the Galaxy Note 10, S10, Note 9, and S9 will get this update soon. Some of the A-series devices have received the One UI 2.0 update on the top of Android 10. The devices in the list are the Galaxy A30, Galaxy A50s, Galaxy A70, Galaxy A70s, and the Galaxy A6 (2018) till now, but now three new devices are added in the list. Now, the One UI 2.0 update is coming for the Galaxy A7 (2018), Galaxy A80, and the Galaxy A40 units in some of the selected regions.
Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018)
Two different variants of the Galaxy A7 have picked up the Android 10 update. The Indian users having the device with the model number SM-A750F are getting the software version A750FXXU4CTBC. In Panama, the SM-A750G model has received an update with the build number A750GUBU5CTC1. The latter also has an updated bootloader (v5 from v4), which is enough to prohibit downgrading attempts to Android Pie. The Android Security Patch Level (SPL) for both the firmware packages is March 2020.
Samsung Galaxy A80
The variant SM-A805F of the phone has secured an update in France. The new firmware is A805FXXU4BTC3, and it has a February 2020 security patches. The bootloader version is the same as earlier Android Pie-based firmware.
Samsung Galaxy A40
The rollout of One UI 2.0 update for the device Galaxy A40 is across the board. There are several Android 10-based regional builds for the SM-A405FM/N variants. And the OTA should be available in Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Russia, and in other European countries with March 2020 security patches. Respective build numbers are A405FMPUU3BTC1 and A405FNXXU3BTB8.
One UI 2.0 with Android 10
If we talk about the software features, then the users of the device mentioned above can now utilize an overhauled Dark Mode with an enhanced image, text, and color adjustments. There is a new way to access the one-handed mode and many UI improvements in the stock camera app. The updates are rolling out for all the devices in the batches. But, users can break the queue and download the new firmware packages directly from the Samsung update server by using Frija.