Soon, Samsung will hold a Galaxy Unpacked press conference, which will present the flagship Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphones and the new Galaxy Z Flip flexible screen clamshell.
This week, a teaser appeared on the official page of the Android operating system on the social network Twitter, which hints at very interesting news for fans of Samsung Galaxy smartphones, as well as the Android operating system.
Now, the editor-in-chief of the Android Central edition, Andrew Martonik, without naming his informants, said that the new Samsung smartphones will be running a clean Android operating system without a proprietary shell.
— Andrew Martonik (@andrewmartonik) February 7, 2020
Recall that Samsung smartphones have been equipped with the Samsung Experience shell for a long time, which was replaced by One UI about a year ago. Last fall, an updated version of One UI 2.0 was introduced. It seems very strange Samsung’s possible refusal to develop its own shell, but this information has not yet been officially confirmed by representatives of the South Korean company.
Galaxy Unpacked will be held February 11 this year.