Android 10-Based One UI 2.0 Upgrade for Galaxy 10

Samsung began rolling out the Android 10 update with One UI 2.0 for provider fashions of the Galaxy S10 line within the U.S. last week. Now, the corporate has started pushing (through SamMobile) the identical replacement for the unlocked Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e, and Galaxy S10+ fashions within the nation.

The replace, which weighs in at almost 2.1GB by way of dimension, is rolling out in layers, so it might take some time earlier than it turns into obtainable for all customers. You’ll be able to examine for the newest replace manually from the Software replace menu within the Settings app.

The secure Android 10 replace comes with the December safety patch, though Samsung has already started pushing the January 2020 security patch to a few of its phones. It also consists of an enhanced darkish mode, enhancements to the facial recognition characteristic, new gesture navigation, a greater Pro digital camera mode, and new Digital Wellbeing options.

We weren’t anticipating Samsung to start out rolling out the Android 10 replace for the unlocked Galaxy S10 fashions this year, as the corporate normally takes a very long time to roll out main updates to unlocked variations of its phones offered within the U.S.

Now that the unlocked variations of the Galaxy S10 are beginning to obtain the One UI 2.0 replace, it’s doable that the unlocked Note 10 and Note 10+ may even start receiving the replace very quickly. Verizon and AT&T started rolling out Android 10 to Galaxy Notice 10 house owners last week.