Despite being the world’s number one phone manufacturer, Samsung has never been in a rush to bring the latest Android versions to its devices.
And this pretty much happened for two reasons. First, some of the features included in new Android updates were already available on Samsung phones, and second, given how large the South Korean company’s phone lineup always is, it takes a lot of time to complete the development, testing, and validation stages of big updates.
But this is all going to change with the release of Android Q, it seems, as the company has already started testing the next version of the operating system for its Galaxy S10.
A report from SamMobile indicates that beta builds of Android Q are currently being tested internally, and while there’s no public beta for you to try out, a testing program could go live sometime very soon.
No ETA just yet