Android 10 update is now rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy Note10(₹ 73600 at amazon) and Galaxy Note10+ devices. It is no longer limited to beta users. The same rollout strategy was deployed by Samsung for the Galaxy S10 series. This stable release follows a five-round beta testing that concluded just a few days ago.
According to a report by SamMobile, the two late-2019 Samsung flagships, Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ are receiving the Android 10 update in Germany. Besides SamMobile, the confirmation also comes from some Reddit users who received the update in Germany just a few hours back. Furthermore, the same Redditors also mention that Google Pay remains broken even after installing this final Android 10 firmware. However, the widespread of this issue is yet to be known.
Android 10 update for Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ comes with One UI 2.0 build version N975F***1BSL7. The update maintains the December security patch and is 144.2MB in size. Galaxy Note10 series users can head to the Software update section of the Settings menu to check if the update has hit their unit. A wider release is expected to follow soon. Samsung has said to update all its recent flagships to Android 10 before January ends.
Earlier, the update had started rolling out to the devices that were already enrolled in the beta programme for One UI 2.0 in Germany. However, the update is now rolling out for everyone.
Galaxy Note10 is the company’s flagship handset that sports a new display design, renewed features and upgraded hardware. You can read our review of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 Plus here.
|Release Date:||23 Aug 2019|
|Variant:||64GB , 256GB|