Thanks to a little graphic posted to a Samsung forum by the company and then shared to social media, we know for certain that Samsung's update to One UI, known as One UI 2.0, is "coming soon" to the Galaxy S10 family in Korea.
According to news site Letgodigital, Samsung might indeed be working on a Galaxy Fold 2, or at least applied for a new patent on August 26th 2019 in the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) and the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office).
The impending Galaxy S11 flagship may also forfeit the headphone jack after Samsung axed it on the Galaxy Note 10.
The video above was uploaded by Samsung itself, and in it the company explains why there's the need for a periscope camera, as well as why there's impossible to have over five times optical zoom on a phone.
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The beta program will be available for the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10 Plus.
Including a periscope-style camera which can shoot objects that are far away with considerable clarity may be the feature Samsung is looking for. Samsung has said this is an inherent characteristic of its foldable phone design and offers a $149.99 (R2290) screen replacement within the first year.
The Unpacked incident for the Galaxy S11 will reportedly take a spot on February 18, 2020, in San Francisco.
The Galaxy Note 10 5G October update is arriving as version N976BXXU1ASJ2 and weighs in at 245MB, which means its more than just a monthly security patch. If all goes well, both the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 lineups will hopefully be getting Android 10 in several markets before the holidays. In fact, Samsung can introduce the Galaxy S11, S11 + and S11e after this year's models. QHD + OLED panels are also expected to be added. The Galaxy S11 will probably be made of metal and glass and will be shipped with Android 10.