Direct share to Quick share comes to mind, making it much easier interface-wise to send big files to other Galaxies in a jiffy from the share menu than before, and plenty of other improvements, big and small.The changes in Quick Panel toggles, as well as the transitioning of
Fret not, however, as your trusted Galaxy Note 10 and even the Note 9 will be updated to One UI 2.1, too, a Samsung community manager has confirmed (via PiunikaWeb), and also mentioned the Galaxy S9 while they were at it.
Does this mean that the Galaxy 10 series will get the newest Samsung interface update to go with its Android 10 goods, too? Well, the S10 family was not mentioned in the Samsung moderator reply, but the question was not about it, and such an update seems pretty inevitable, if history is any indication.
The gist of the matter is that Samsung may be planning to bring the very latest in the Android/One UI combo not only to the Note 10 and S10, but to their 2018 predecessors as well.
Usually, those US carrier versions get the Samsung's present year interface update goods in the beginning of the summer, but the Android 10 update came earlier than usual for Note 10, Note 9 or S10 and S9 this year, so all bets are off, and you might see the new S20 features gracing last year's Galaxy flagships as soon as this spring.