Samsung Launches Stable Android 10 Update for Galaxy S10

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In the roadmap, numerous budget and flagship devices are getting the Android 10 update as early as January.

Users of the Galaxy S10 line in Germany are confirming receipt of the stable Android 10 update.

So, have you received the Android 10 update on your Galaxy S10? It's now open to the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 series of devices, but again, it's coming to additional devices soon. However, the South-Korean firm should expand availability to more regions in the coming days. Then in June, the company is scheduled to rollout the Android 10 to Galaxy A8 Star, Galaxy A10, Galaxy A10s, Galaxy A20, Galaxy A30s, and the Galaxy M10s. It's 140MB in size, so it's a rather small package given that it's shipped to devices that are already running Android 10 beta builds. That means it is smaller than the 6.4-inch AMOLED found on the Galaxy Note 9 but still larger than the 6.1-inch AMOLED display you'd get from a Galaxy S10.

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Apart from the December Security patch, these updates don't include any kind of new feature.

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.

So, if you're looking for a smartphone that fits in with the Microsoft ecosystem, the Galaxy Note 10 is the best you can get for now. Samsung is yet to announce or even tease the Galaxy Note 10 Lite. All the new features will be included in the next Android version, so there's no reason for bringing features in a Pie-based release.

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