Finally, the Android 10 update for the Samsung Galaxy S10 is now rolling out. Today Samsung released a new beta build for the Note10 duo which brings in December 2019 security patch and several major bug fixes.
For older devices, there's still no news yet as to when you'll get both the Android 10 and the One UI 2.0.
Needless to say, Samsung's PowerShare arrangement seems good for what it says on the tin - emergency situations when charging speeds and efficiency won't be that much of a concern, compared to pouring some much-needed juice into our irreplaceable accessories. Here is a complete list of all the smartphones that will get the update and when they will start receiving it.
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We already know more or less what to expect from the Android 10 update but getting the One UI 2.0 should make your device more "extra". For the full list of updates, you can head over to Samsung's official website with the link provided below.
Based on the information that we received from our own test units which received the Android 10 upgrade, the update was rolled out on 28 November and is nearly 2GB in file size. After two major version updates, the phones can not have the new Android version.