Samsung continues to surprise its fans, also anticipating the arrival of Android 10 on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Although it was only planned to release the stable version in early 2020, users in Germany have already begun to receive the much desired update.
This comes after the Galaxy S10 also started receiving the update well before it was expected. As with the S10, it is only beta members currently receiving the update. However, other Galaxy Note 10 users are expected to start receiving the update over the next few days.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 in UK expected to receive Android 10 before Christmas
Galaxy Note 10 users in UK should receive a great Christmas gift and their smartphone is now upgraded to Android 10.
It has not yet been officially confirmed by the brand, but judging from what is happening with the Galaxy S10, it seems that the remaining European markets will receive the Note 10 update over the coming weeks.
I recall that the Galaxy S10 also began to receive the update in Germany, and then expanded its release to other markets in just a few days. Therefore, Samsung is expected to proceed with the same strategy also for the Galaxy Note 10.
Speed and quality of updates continues to improve exponentially
Samsung has been making major improvements in the speed with which it updates its smartphones and it seems that this release will happen much more smoothly than usual.
Over the past few weeks, the manufacturer has released a total of 5 updates from the beta of Android 10 to Note 10. These versions have served to eliminate any bugs in the software. In this way, they hope to have been able to eliminate all the small problems to ensure a great experience in the first stable release of the new software.
Android 10 for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 comes in the form of OneUI 2.0 developed by the manufacturer itself. This is by far the most interesting interface created by the brand, offering its users a fantastic user experience loaded with unique features.
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