Samsung has had several name changes to its custom skin that runs on top of stock Android in Galaxy phones and tablets. The most recent came in late 2018 with the launch of Android Pie beta program, where it changed from Samsung Experience to Samsung One UI 1.0.
The arrival of Samsung Galaxy S10 series also marked the release of an incremental upgrade to Samsung One UI 1.1 and as expected, an upgraded version is in the mills as part of the upcoming Samsung Android Q update.
With Android Q, Samsung is planning a refresh of this skin with a second-generation One UI 2.0 already in the works. The same report, which was captured by Samsung-centric publication SamMobile, also claims the Galaxy S11 will debut with an updated One UI 2.1 skin on top of Android 10.
As part of the One UI 2.0 update, Samsung is said to bundle the improved Digital Wellbeing that Google showcased at the I/O 2019, with Focus mode among the expected additions. Of course, other core Android Q features like system-wide dark mode are expected too.
As for the availability of Samsung’s Android Q update, the report doesn’t mention a thing. But if last year is anything to go by, Samsung One UI 2.0 beta may arrive in Q4 2019.