Samsung Android 10 Update with One UI 2.0 Might Be Leaked Online

Just recently, an eleven minutes long video has been leaked in which Android 10 is running on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus smartphone. The video is revealed by a Brazilian YouTuber Dudu Rocha. In which he has done a comparison on how much One UI 2.0 on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is different from One UI 1.0 of Samsung S9 Plus. However this is not 100% conformed that it is legitimate because the notification of SecurityLogAgent can be spotted. Which means that a non-official binary is running on the device.

Samsung Android 10 Update with One UI 2.0 Might Be Leaked Online

Samsung Android 10 Update with One UI 2.0 Might Be Leaked Online

On the other hand few build numbers can be seen as well, which makes us believe that it could be official. But no one can assure that until Samsung itself officially give any statement about the update.

Gestures Feature & Quick Settings

Samsung Android 10 Update with One UI 2.0 Might Be Leaked Online

New gesture navigation is one of the first changes that up loader has shown in his video. Google has introduced these new gestures in Android 10. The back button gestures can be used by swiping from the left or right sides. The next new change he shows is the new quick settings. With this new update, it seems like Samsung is keeping the One UI Aesthetic. These new quick setting tiles takes up the entire screen. The media bar which Samsung has included in the Galaxy Note 10 is also placed here.

Upgraded Security Settings   

Samsung Android 10 Update with One UI 2.0 Might Be Leaked Online

Next are security settings, in the settings above the privacy section you will find the new privacy features of Android which Samsung has added in Android 10. We can only guess that the new features allow more control over your permissions and location settings, since in the video, video up-loader didn’t checked out those features. Another thing that these features are not only for Samsung because they are currently available in most Android devices.

Is it Real or Just a Hoax?

Samsung Android 10 Update with One UI 2.0 Might Be Leaked Online

In this video when you see the notification in the settings, it makes you think that it could be official build of Android 10 with One UI 2.0. People who have used the Samsung builds back when the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and galaxy S9 builds were leaked online, they can confirm that Notifications from SecurityLogAgent was the common thing in all of those builds. And the build which video up-loader is running in this leaked video has that same notification too.

Features of Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Samsung Android 10 Update with One UI 2.0 Might Be Leaked Online

While video up loader was using the Display in his video there were few noticeable things, which happens to be some Galaxy Note 10 feature. Samsung will bring these features in any upcoming update. In the quick settings an option can be seen “Link to Windows”, which is basically the result of collaboration between Samsung and Microsoft. While video up loader was swiping another thing was spotted that now Samsung has included the native screen recording option on the Galaxy S10 as well.

As we have mentioned above that until Samsung officially announced anything, no one can provide any confirmation about the credibility of this video. Although we have given you all the smallest detail which we have noticed in the video, which can provide you an idea that whether it is real or fake. Although in some time Samsung will officially announce the update for Samsung Galaxy S10. One thing is certain that after this video, users of Samsung smartphones are eagerly waiting for this update of ONE UI 2.0.

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