Samsung announced today that it will roll out Android 9 Pie to the Galaxy M10, M20, and M30 starting June 3.
In addition to the latest security patch, the update also includes Samsung’s One UI interface. Replacing the previous Samsung Experience overlay, One UI makes it easier to use your phone one-handed and places certain UI elements within reach.
One UI also includes a new gesture navigation system, improvements to DeX, the ability to re-map the Bixby button to an app or command, and more.
You also get Pie features, which include a new app overview screen, slight changes to notifications, improved text selection, Digital Wellbeing, and more. Keep in mind that Digital Wellbeing is not available for every Samsung phone running Pie.
The Galaxy M10, M20, and M30 are Samsung’s answers to the rising presence of Chinese brands like Xiaomi, Vivo, Honor, and Oppo in India. Even brands like Realme have threatened Samsung’s position in the country due to its high-end smartphone offerings at low- to mid-range prices.
As such, Samsung is advertising its trio of Galaxy M smartphones toward millennials. The company is also only offering the phones online through either Amazon or its website.
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