Samsung may already have started developing Android 11 for the Galaxy S20 +. A benchmark test with the new version of the system running on the company’s flagship has just appeared in the Geekbench database.
The test was published on July 30, but has only now been found and widely publicized on the internet. About a week earlier, a member of the XDA Developers forum found evidence that the manufacturer was working on the update. The first tests with Android 10 in the S10 family also started about a year ago, even before Google launched the final version of the system.
According to the SamMobile website, however, it should still take about two months for the One UI 3.0 public beta program to start, which should run on top of Android 11. The test version of Android 10 reached S10 on end of October, and the final was released between the end of November and the beginning of December, when it reached Brazilian models.
But if it is too early to count the days until the launch of Android 11 on the Galaxy S20, anyone who has one of the flagships of the first half can expect an upgrade to One UI 2.5 soon. The SamMobile website believes that the models will receive the Note 20 version shortly after the phablet is made available in stores.
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