Ubuntu 20.10 rides atop the Linux 5.8 kernel, includes the GNOME 3.38 release, has new wallpapers, Active Directory integration (for enterprise users) in the installer, and carries a clutch of updated software, tools, and libraries.
Plus this is the first version of Ubuntu to offer desktop support for the Raspberry Pi 4 (4GB + 8GB models).
Not a massive release, but welcome new versions of the core parts of the distribution nonetheless.
Nice! I wonder if their VLC and Chrome could be hardware accelerated though, as the new version of Raspbian could be.