Android 10-based One UI 2 update delayed in India due to COVID-19
Samsung has announced that the rollout of Android 10-based One UI 2 update for its Galaxy devices in India has been delayed.
The delay has been caused due to the nation-wide lockdown in India imposed by the government to curb the spread of COVID-19.
This information comes from Samsung through its Members app, and it's a bit vague since the company says "we're experiencing a slight delay" without revealing how much the update schedule is affected and when the rollout will commence.
However, Samsung might resume its full operations and begin the rollout of One UI 2 update in India after May 3, which is when the lockdown is expected to end.
Update is rolled out. Immediate changes are Samsung Keyboard is more fluid, fewer errors while typing fast. Samsung employees are on WFH, this has a delay in the rolling out the update. I am fine with the delay
- 04 May 2020
Look I get Corona is a monster affecting every corner of the world's industries, but how hard is it to press one button to start the release of the UI update? I mean if it's 2 weeks away, it means most testing is done and they were just doing last mi...
- 03 May 2020
Yeah. But that is a story for another day. My question being during this crisis, other manufacturers are rolling out updates frequently. But Samsung decides to give a shitty reason.
- 02 May 2020