Android 10 is rolling out to Galaxy S10 phones on Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon
It has a refreshed version of Samsung’s One UI9to5Google surfaced reports on Reddit earlier today that Android 10 was rolling out to Galaxy S10 phones in the US, so we asked each of the big four wireless carriers if they could tell us more about their plans for the rollout. They’re the ones who have the final call to allow the software update to go through on these phones. Here’s the state of the Android 10 rollout for Samsung Galaxy phones on each carrier.
Android 9 is the latest big Android update , so isn’t it obvious that Samsung is testing it? Android 9.0 Pie was released less than a month ago, and Samsung is notoriously slow when it comes to updating Samsung is working on a phone design unlike anything ever seen on a Galaxy device.
The Android 10 update brings a ton of new features, which Google has listed on its official page for The Samsung Galaxy Fold seamlessly switched between the folded and unfolded screen states. These might be some of the most onerous changes for developers in Android 10, which is why, as
Samsung isn’t known for delivering fast Android updates to its devices, and it usually takes more time for the non-flagship models to get upgraded.
The latest Galaxy S and Note models are usually the first devices to get Google’s newest Android flavor, after several months of beta tests. We thought the same thing would happen this year with the Galaxy S10 and Note 10. Samsung kicked off the Android 10 beta program a few weeks ago, earlier than expected, with the final update supposed to hit stores at some point in early 2020. It turns out Samsung might be working on a much bigger release for January, which might turn out to be Samsung’s biggest Android update rollout ever.
Samsung Galaxy S10 gets DeX support and Note 10 camera features
At least in certain regions
The version history of the Android mobile operating system began with the public release of the Android beta on November 5, 2007.
Although the ongoing beta certainly ignited hope Samsung could release Android 10 to some of its devices before the year is over, it seems that might not be Samsung ’s speedy efforts to get a One UI 2 beta up and running on its flagship phones, and the fact each have received multiple updates
Android 10 might be released for both flagship devices and budget models, and that’s incredible news. One of the worst things about Android is fragmentation. No matter how much Google has been defending the state of Android for the past decade, it’s also something Google has been trying to fix. The recent changes to Android that should allow vendors to upgrade Android faster than before (Project Treble) is a testament to that, as is the new operating system that Google is working on. When Fuchsia launches, it should offer customers faster access to software updates than Android does.
Samsung is yet to announce anything publicly, but Samsung India’s roadmap for the Android 10 update has leaked, SamMobile reports, listing all the phones that are going to get the software upgrade in January.
As you can see in the screenshot above, several Samsung phones are expected to get Android 10 in January, including the Galaxy S10 and Note 10, the Galaxy S9 and Note 9, the Galaxy M20 and M30, and the Galaxy A30.
Then, from March through September, several Samsung phones and tablets will get Android 10. Some notable devices include the Galaxy Fold and the Galaxy Tab S6 flagship tablet — both of them are set to receive the update in April.
Then again, things might always change down the road, and Samsung could do things differently. The only sure thing is that the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 will lead the Android 10 rollout.
Apple just released the third iOS 13 patch in a week .
For those of you who just checked your iPhones or iPads and saw you have another software update available — no, you’re not going crazy. Apple today pushed out iOS 13.1.2, which will hopefully bring the number of bugs down to manageable levels. iOS 13.1.2 is the latest in a line of rapid fire updates, iOS 13.1.1 having come out last Friday and iOS 13.1 having come out just three days before that. The update notes state iOS 13.1.2 fixes a few major bugs, including the flashlight or the camera not working.