Samsung has started delivering the latest One UI based on Android 9 Pie to its most of the Galaxy devices across the globe. Whereas, the mid-range and some other budget segment smartphones also have been updated with Pie version in a few months. Additionally, some of the Samsung smartwatches recently gets the One UI update as well. Now, the company started rolling out One UI based on Android Pie update for Galaxy M10, M20, and M30 in India.
Though the full official changelog of this update is not available yet, the Android Pie update for the Galaxy M-Series brings some system improvement. It boosts the device performance and enhances privacy & security as well. With One UI update, the Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and the Galaxy M30 variants get a new interface.
As we all know that One UI is purely developed based on user experience. It offers a new theme and polished UI with beautiful icons and navigation bar. You will get notch hiding support, swipe gesture navigation, app slices, new recent UI, notification panel, etc. The One UI brings slightly bottom margined tasks and actions for one-handed operations on a bigger display device. It also supports the dark theme feature as well.
Samsung released Android Pie update for Galaxy M10, M20, and M30
The Android 9 Pie update will take a few days more to roll out on every mentioned device models. Meanwhile, the update size for Galaxy M10 is around 925MB, 1885MB for the Galaxy M20. While the Galaxy M30 update size is around 1150MB respectively. Though the update is same on all the three devices, still the update size is different from each other. We have to wait for a few days more to get the official update changelog.