Android 10 Updates Are Rolling Out To Samsung Galaxy S10 Series

Ruben Fields
December 2, 2019

The korean smartphone maker has recently confirmed in a news release that the stable version of the system will be finally making its way to the Galaxy S10 series. You can download and install it from there once it's live. As for the specifications, Galaxy Note 10 Lite is listed with octa-core processor Exynos 9810 processor.

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. Then earlier this month, it began rolling out to Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 devices, also in beta form. As per a related report by SamMobile, "The Galaxy M40 is slated to get the update in March, but the rollout will only begin in earnest for the rest of Samsung's eligible devices - including the Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Tab S6 - from April". It's going to roll out to other territories as well, though the precise timing will vary.

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For Galaxy phone owners living in the United Kingdom, there's a handy thread at Reddit that lists the release schedule for various phones. 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. This will be followed by Galaxy On6, Galaxy J6, and the Galaxy A20s.

Android 10 brings some nifty upgrades, such as a system-wide dark mode, digital wellbeing tools, more convenient notifications, and better privacy and security.

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