I'm new to Ubuntu, and have installed the 18.04 on my laptop. After some tinkering, it works fine except for suspend, which is successful in 90% of times. These 10% failure bugs me, since I can't move from one place to the next and be sure that the system will wake-up from suspend. During work this can be annoying for me and for people waiting for my laptop to re-boot.
Is it realistic to expect that suspend will work better in 18.10 or 19.04? Otherwise I won't go through the trouble of upgrading yet.
Lenovo Thinkpad E485, Ryzen 3 2200U Vega 3, Bios updated to 1.52