Confirms some rumors that were circulating and wanted the 20H2 version to be a small update, such as a service pack.
Probably Microsoft will follow what it did with them Windows 10 of the 1909 edition, which is a brief update to the 1903 edition.
If you try to update and see that there is a package called Microsoft-Windows-20H2Enablement when you install this version, you will end up with the 2009 version of Windows 10 Build 19042. Update KB4556803 applies to both Windows 10 2004 (19041) as well as for Windows 10 2009 (19042).
The 1909 edition of Windows 10 works similarly, allowing Microsoft to share updates in both 1903 and 1909 releases, but separates their capabilities through an "enabler" package.
So now we know that 20H2 is a small update with improvements that will focus on performance, and quality. The following version so far is known as Windows 10 2009 version, but Microsoft may change its name later.
In September or October 2020, Microsoft will release the new version for converting 20H1 to 20H2 installations.
Interestingly, Microsoft does not say anything about the fact that 20H2 will be a small update. The company had previously stated that it would not release more 19H2 patches.
But apparently the situation has changed, and probably should have changed. The model of continuous development of Windows 10 implemented by Microsoft in the context of Windows as a service, has caused a lot of problems to consumers.
In this way the company slows down the development of new features, and focuses more on quality, something that Windows probably needed.