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The Samsung Galaxy S10 Is Getting Stable Android 10 Update

Samsung Galaxy S10+

Samsung is finally ready to update the Galaxy S10 series­­ with a stable version of Android 10. The Galaxy S10 devices were scheduled to be first in line to get Android 10 before other devices from the company.

We Were not expecting this update to roll out to the Galaxy S10 series this year but this is a good surprise.

This latest update for the Galaxy S10 series is close to 2GB in size for those who did not take part in the beta program. For those who took part in the program, you will be looking at an update that is about 140 MB.

As Samsung had indicated a few weeks back, Android 10 for the Galaxy devices also brings One UI 2.0 in addition to some of the key Android 10 features as well as the December 2019 security patch.

This update is currently rolling out to users in Germany but should roll out worldwide soon. If you want to see if it is available on your end, you can navigate to Settings > Software update menu, if it is available, you will see a notification of the same and proceed from there.

Also Read: Here are all Samsung Devices Scheduled to Receive Android 10 update

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