Should you’ve been watching manufacturers resembling OnePlus and Huawei replace their newest and best handsets to Android 10 and questioning when Samsung would possibly do the identical on your Galaxy S10, it appears that evidently your wait would possibly quickly be over. After a variety of beta builds have been examined on the Galaxy S10, it could seem that the One UI 2.0 firmware is lastly prepared for primetime with some customers in Germany getting the OTA.
Initially thought to solely be rolling out to these enrolled on the Android 10 beta program, German weblog, mobiFlip, says that the OTA can be being acquired by handsets operating secure Android 9 Pie.
These on the Android 10 beta have reported a 133.76MB OTA being acquired, which additionally contains the December safety patch. Galaxy S10 handsets which are nonetheless on secure Pie firmware will get an OTA of round 2GB.
- Galaxy S10e – Model: G970FXXU3BSKO
- Galaxy S10 – Model: G973FXXU3BSKO
- Galaxy S10+ – Model: G975FXXU3BSKO
For these of us in different areas it’s only a case of heading to Settings, Software program Replace in your Galaxy S10 and mashing the Verify for Updates button.
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