Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Note 10 now receiving December security update

Ruben Fields
December 1, 2019

However, according to the latest information Samsung, Galaxy S8'nin Android 10 update will not take finalized. The South Korean tech giant revealed Android 10 roadmap for its phones in different markets, including, China and India - the two largest smartphone markets in the world. In the roadmap, numerous budget and flagship devices are getting the Android 10 update as early as January. Interestingly, for the first time, the Galaxy A and M series will also get the stable Android 10 update, including the One UI 2.0 skin alongside the rollout on the Galaxy S10 and Note 10.

Samsung is getting ready to roll out the Android 10 update to its devices in the Philippines. Besides fixing a whole bunch of bugs, the third beta brings up the Note10 family to the December Android security patch level.

Galaxy S8s Android 10 update will not receive the news, the owners of the S8 also caused disappointment. Here is a complete list of all the smartphones that will get the update and when they will start receiving it.

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Since the release of Android 10 back in September, Samsung users have been keeping a close watch on the device list supporting Android 10. For that reason, click on Settings Software update menu. Samsung is rolling ou the update in almost 25 European markets.

The Galaxy Note 10 also comes with a dedicated pen accessory, which integrates with Microsoft apps such as OneNote and Outlook.

The Galaxy S9 and mid-range A series is expected to get Android 10 in April 2020, while other Galaxy A phones will receive the update in May 2020. After two major version updates, the phones can not have the new Android version.

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