In the roadmap, numerous budget and flagship devices are getting the Android 10 update as early as January. However, according to the latest information Samsung, Galaxy S8'nin Android 10 update will not take finalized.
Thanks to the fine folks over at EE, you can save a huge £452 over the course of a two-year contract by choosing the Samsung Galaxy S10 as your next phone this Black Friday weekend. Today Samsung released a new beta build for the Note10 duo which brings in December 2019 security patch and several major bug fixes. Since after the release of new Android 10, many companies have started updating its flagship devices.
When it comes to the Galaxy Note 9, it bears the N960FXXS4CSK2 software version. However, the South-Korean firm should expand availability to more regions in the coming days. This isn't a surprise, after all, the company is busy with Android 10-based One UI 2 update. This seems to be a confirmation from Samsung that the aforementioned flagship phones from 2017 won't be treated with Android 10 update. Here is a complete list of all the smartphones that will get the update and when they will start receiving it. Israel, China, India and Philippines are some of the countries for which Samsung has confirmed that the Android 10 roadmap. The Dark Mode rolled out in the last version of One UI on Android 9 Pie so this feature is nothing new for the Samsung users. However, for users enrolled in the beta program for the Galaxy S10, the update is reportedly a tiny 140MB.