Galaxy S10 Android 10 update is Coming This Year

Yolanda Curtis
December 1, 2019

As Samsung promised two major updates for its handsets since their launch, the 2017 models have received them in the form of Android Oreo and Nougat. For beta and non-beta testers both, the final build of Android 10 for the Note10 (in some markets, at least) has been tentatively scheduled for release in January 2020. The stable update is reaching out to customers who are using the One UI 2.0 beta version.

The deal itself only lasts for another nine or so hours, so get in while you can.

Samsung has started rolling out the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 update to the Galaxy S10 series of smartphones in Germany. Now that the update has already started, we should see the list of countries grow bigger day by day. Samsung S10 users will be happy to know that the phone will get the Android 10 update in the coming month 2019. The Galaxy S10 had some overheating issues early in the beta program which later got patched in its second beta update. For that reason, click on Settings Software update menu.

Samsung has a general policy on Android updates.

Based on the information that we received from our own test units which received the Android 10 upgrade, the update was rolled out on 28 November and is nearly 2GB in file size.

In May 2020 the fourth phase will kick-off, with the update rolling out to Galaxy A8 Star, Galaxy A10, Galaxy A10s, Galaxy A20, Galaxy A30s, and the Galaxy M10s. After two major version updates, the phones can not have the new Android version. In such situations, the upgrade will be paused until the problems may not be resolved.

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