A month later since Google started rolling out the final version of Android 10 to the public, there has been no word on when any of Samsung’s devices will get it.
That is not good news, considering Samsung is the biggest Android smartphone maker. But I bet you probably understand Samsung is a bit slower on significant software updates. However, the good news is that the company has stated that its Galaxy S10 series – S10e, S10 and S10+ will be the first devices to try out Q.
Android Police has suggested that Note 10 devices might receive the beta update, during the same period as well.
Samsung says Android 10 will come in tow with the company’s custom skin One UI 2 Beta.
This update will first hit the US and South Korea – Samsung Electronics’ native country. Samsung has not pinned down a date yet, but with the “coming soon” label, it might be in few weeks to come. The company is buying time before it rolls out a “stable build” to avoid mishaps that often tag along with public open betas.