Apparently Android 10 will be officially released for the smartphones Pixel on September 3, 2019. This will be the Android 10 debut date on the smartphones. However, it will still take a while for other Android manufacturers to upgrade their devices.
Android 10: The final release date is already known!
This information comes from two Google support agents who confirmed that the new update will reach Pixel in eight days.
This update will reach all Pixel devices. These include Pixel 3 / 3XL, 3a / 3a XL, as well as older ones like Pixel 2/2 XL. A good surprise is that the original Pixel and Pixel XL that was released in 2016 will also receive Android 10 despite the two year support window. This is a great bonus for those who decided to bet early on the line of smartphones Google. They were promised two years of operating systems, but ultimately they will receive much more.
With the arrival of Android 10, the desserts that were the great signature of the Android operating system are gone. In fact, there were 14 very appetizing versions. We speak of Android 1.5 Cupcake, Android 1.6 Donut, Android 2.0-2.1 Eclair, Android 2.2 Froyo, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Android 3.0-3.2 Honeycomb, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 4.1-4.3 Jelly Bean, Android 4.4 KitKat, Android 5.0- 5.1 Lollipop, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Android 7.0-7.1 Nougat, Android 8.0-8.1 Oreo and Android 9 Pie.
So far are known some news alluding to the Android operating system. Among the main one is the support for folding devices. We also have support for 5G, suggested actions, smart responses and other security features.
In addition we also have a higher performance which is what any user wants most. We also have parental control and finally dark mode.
However there is also news about Android 10 for the Galaxy S10.
It's just as YouTuber Dudu Rocha reveals that the new version of Google's operating system along with the OneUI 2.0 interface for Samsung has just hit the Internet. Galaxy S10.
OneUI 2.0: Android 10 for the Galaxy S10 comes to the Internet!
OneUI 2.0 seems to be following the previous version. At least there are several points in common. However, judging by the minimal changes to OneUI's appearance shown in the video above, we would hesitate to call it 2.0. In fact, it seems to be another early version that tries to incorporate all the mandatory features of Android 10, such as the new gesture navigation system.
Meanwhile, Samsung also has gestures, but they need to be downloaded as a separate Play Store application called One Hand Operation +. Then they are then applied to the Galaxy. With Android 10, however, standard swipe up, left, right, etc. gestures are built into the system level.
However, the video also reveals more news from OneUI and some technical aspects.
This initial release may be far from complete. By the way as youTuber says this much can still change. For example, the clock that was on OneUI 1 but is no longer on 2, or the font size. Still reveals that Samsung wants to incorporate all the features of Android 10 in OneUI 2.0.