The next release of openSUSE is not expected to happen until May of 2020, but the distribution's developers are already planning features for openSUSE 15.2. The team is planning upgrades to the Linux kernel, Qt libraries, Plasma desktop and Wayland support: "Next to a new version of the Linux kernel, it’s planned to ship with Qt 5.12 LTS, Plasma 5.18 (of course also LTS) and the latest KDE Frameworks and Applications, which we can get in early enough for proper testing to ensure the best user experience possible! This means that the 'Full Wayland' session that landed in Tumbleweed a few weeks ago will also be available in Leap 15.2 and support per-screen fractional scaling.". Further details can be found on the distribution's news page.
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