Updated on March 13, 2020: Since the launch of Android 10 back in September, all OEMs have geared up in pushing out the latest Android updates. However, skin heavy OEMs like Samsung took a bit of time in pushing out the One UI 2.0 update that is based on Android 10 for its compatible devices. Besides, now the update has been pushed for various Galaxy devices notably, the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 lineup. On another note, if you the owner of a Samsung Galaxy device and are wondering whether your device will get the One UI 2.0 update along with the Android 10 or not, then you are at the right place as in this post, we will give you the list of Samsung Galaxy Android 10 supported device [One UI 2.0 device list].
In fact, Samsung has brought in a lot of changes to the One UI with the latest version of it. It includes an in-built screen recorder, a more intuitive user interface, a new enhanced camera design and much more. Note that the One UI 2.0 is based on Android 10 which is the latest operating system offered by Google. A few beta updates have already been served to the latest Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 series. Moreover, the stable update rollout of the Android 10 is expected pretty soon. So, without any further ado, let us get straight into the article itself.
Android 10 – Overview
Now, Android 10 is the latest iteration of the operating system from Google which was unveiled back in September this year. Moreover, users are pretty excited about it as it packs in quite a few cool features under its sleeves for the Android devices. Besides, OEMs like Google, OnePlus, Essential pushed in the stable updates right after the unveiling of the Android 10 OS. Google went ahead without a dessert name for this version of the Android 10 and also changed the logo a bit to give a fresh new look.
Talking about some features, Android 10 brings in the almighty system-wide Dark Mode for the devices, smart reply in all the messaging applications, enhanced privacy controls for the users where now user can specifically choose to grant location and other privacy controls to an app for a limited time as well, incognito mode for Google Maps, Focus Mode which is an enhanced version of the Digital Wellbeing that allows the user to focus on the important aspects of life rather than spending time on their Android devices, new parental controls, new gestures system, etc.
Android 10 Features:
Live Caption: As the name suggests, it captions any videos or audio files or recordings or podcasts or you just name it. The feature does transcription in real-time so that you don’t lose any moment due to the language barrier. It can be handy for those with hearing impairment as well.
New Depth Camera Support: The new file format HEIC enables capturing, storing, and sharing still and depth images including AR. It can also produce monochrome output if the developers hone this feature in the support devices.
Control Over Location: As of now, either you can accept or deny apps from using location services where some apps might not work properly when denied access. With Android 10 in place, it will offer users to either accept or deny or allow apps to use location services only when the app is in use.
Privacy Controls: Privacy is one of the most crucial aspects of using a phone today. Android 10 enables you to check what data is stored and how and a bunch of other details like permissions to apps, personal data, etc. You can also opt-out of ads retargeting which uses your data to showcase ads.
Instant Google Play System Update: Android smartphones receive security updates from Google every month via OTA. Starting Android 10, Google will send out bug fixes and security updates via Google Play Store so that it reaches all the devices without the time lag it takes to follow the traditional OTA procedure.
New Swipe Gesture Navigation: Unlike all previous navigation methods on Android OSes, this new swipe gesture system utilizes the bottom edge to drag between apps, visit home screen, view app overview and more. To go back, simply tap on the right or left edge and swipe it to the right and it is done.
Focus Mode: Assume that you are editing a spreadsheet on your phone and WhatsApp goes off either once or say a group chat disturbs you. You can always mute it but it will hinder you until you unmute it. But with Focus Mode, you can simply put WhatsApp or any distracting app into the list that will temporarily turn it off until you are done with your work and manually remove WhatsApp from the list.
One UI 2.0 – Overview
Samsung took a big step when it comes to its homegrown skin the TouchWiz and decided to bring in a completely new version of their skin which makes the usability of the big screen Galaxy devices more convenient as well as more effortless. One UI was launched this year and was pushed for all the devices running Android 9 Pie. One UI allows the user to use their device comfortably with one hand by giving them a more usable area and less viewing area.
The latest iteration of One UI is the One UI 2.0 which is based on Android 10 OS. Though the previous version of One UI was good, with the One UI 2.0, Samsung wants to bring in more functionality for the devices. For instance, you get features like Google’s new navigation gestures, new camera UI, in-built screen recorder, Digital Wellbeing, dark mode, enhanced privacy features, new audio, and video codecs, etc. All these features make the One UI 2.0 a decent upgrade over the previous generation. However, the 2017 Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8 devices miss out on this update.
List of Android 10 Supported Samsung Galaxy Devices
Samsung Galaxy S20
Samsung Galaxy S20 was launched in March this year preloaded with Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 out-of-the-box. This makes all the three S20 series smartphones along with their 5G variants to check out OneUI 2.1 before any other phone could have it.
Samsung Galaxy S20+
Just like Samsung Galaxy S20, the Plus variant too was released with Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 out-of-the-box and it is eyeing to get OneUI 2.5 or a direct OneUI 3.0 shortly.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
Along with Galaxy S20/S20+, the Galaxy S20 Ultra with its 5G variant too arrived pre-loaded with Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 with all the features and chops. The device is lurking to get OneUI 3.0 shortly.
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
It’s powered by Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 flagship SoC, paired with 8GB RAM, and 256GB/512GB storage options. The bigger 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display, quad-rear camera setup, dual selfie camera, under-display fingerprint sensor, 25W fast charging are one of the most highlighted features of Galaxy S10 5G. As the name indicates, this is a 5G connectivity variant. Samsung hasn’t released Android 10 beta for Galaxy S10 5G yet. But we can expect that the handset will receive stable Android 10 by the end of 2019 or early 2020 expectedly. Though there is no confirmation yet.Download T-Mobile Galaxy S10 5G Android 10 Update Download Verizon Galaxy S10 5G Android 10 Update
Samsung Galaxy S10+
Powered by Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 8nm Chipset, Samsung Galaxy S10+ features a giant 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED dual front-camera punch-hole setup and a triple rear camera setup. It was launched in February with Android Pie 9.0 out-of-the-box along with Samsung One UI. It is a flagship device from Samsung and thus, there is no doubt that it will get Android 10 update while it will also get Android 11 next year as well. It is, however, a matter of confusion exactly when it will get the update since Samsung isn’t too vocal about the timeline regarding the update.
Download Galaxy S10 Plus Android 10 Update
Samsung Galaxy S10
The latest Samsung Galaxy S10 offers a stunning 6.1-inch Dynamic AMOLED display protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 6. It runs on Exynos 9820 / Snapdragon 855 paired along with Mali-G76 MP12/Adreno 640 GPU along with 8GB RAM and up to 512GB of internal storage that makes the phone one of the most powerful. Launch with Android Pie based on One UI, Samsung Galaxy S10 is surely gonna get the Android 10 update although we aren’t aware of the timeline as of now.
Download Galaxy S10 Android 10 Update
Samsung Galaxy S10e
A ‘Lite’ variant of Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e features a Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 8nm chipset, it is bundled with 6/8GB RAM along with up to 256GB of internal storage expanding up to 1TB. Launched in February 2019, Samsung Galaxy S10e was rolled out with Android Pie 9.0 coupled with Samsung’ One UI. Since almost all flagship Samsung smartphones will receive Android software updates for a period of two years post-launch, Galaxy S10e is too in the tow to get Android 10 update along with Android 11 next year.
Download Galaxy S10E Android 10 Update
Samsung Galaxy S9
Rolled out last year in March, Samsung Galaxy S9 is jam-packed with a 10nm Exynos 9810 or its substitute Snapdragon 845 paired along with up to 4GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage and an expandable memory slot supporting a giant 1TB of storage to store a lot of data without hindering its performance. Originally it went on sale running on Android Oreo 8.0, it received an Android Pie 9.0 update and it is now slated to get it’s next and probably the last major Android software update i.e. Android 10 later this year.
Download Galaxy S9 Android 10 Firmware
Update as of January 24: Reports are pouring in about Galaxy S9 getting Android 10 by the end of this month as projected. This should cover a good part of the European continent among other countries.
Update as of January 28: Just as said, the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 begins rolling out on Galaxy S9 units in the US and Europe as per the reports. Check out for version number G960FXXU7DTAA for Galaxy S9 units weighing at 1767.70MB with a January 2020 security patch to go with it in Europe. For the US, the update has arrived with Xfinity Mobile bearing version number G96USQU7DTA5 at 2GB in size. The users locked with AT&T and Verizon in the US should get their updates by February.
Update as of January 30: The Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 is finally arriving in India including both beta and non-beta users. Weighing at 1.8GB with January 2020 security patch, the update carries version number DTAA/DTA5/DTA3.
February 4: Similarly, users in Canada with Sprint will have to wait for a bit to intercept the update. It is expected to arrive on February 24 while the latest users claim that it could arrive in March 2020 in Canada.
Update: After much wait, the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 is finally arriving on Sprint on Feb 24 followed by a wider rollout in Canada on Feb 29. Users on Verizon in the US have intercepted the update as well followed by users on T-Mobile.
Update as of June 15: After a tonne of news and progress around Galaxy Note 9 getting Android 10-based OneUI 2.1, it is now rolling out in South Korea.
Update: The update has since arrived in India, Jordan, UAE, Morocco, Cyprus, Portugal, Malaysia, Philippines, China, and now UAE as of July 3.
Update as of July 21: Samsung Galaxy S9 has already intercepted the much-wanted Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 in many regions and variants. After rolling out the update to T-Mobile and Sprint, Galaxy S9 locked with Verizon and U.S. Cellular are finally intercepting the much-anticipated OneUI 2.1 with July 2020 security patch. Arriving as an OTA update, it will soon arrive on your device. [Source]
Update as of July 24: The unlocked variant of Galaxy S9 ha already intercepted Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 in various regions. Talking about Verizon Samsung Galaxy S9, the users had to wait until today as the OneUI 2.1 has been spotted on the network. Some of the users took it to Reddit putting screenshots of the update received although Verizon hasn’t updated its software update page at the time of writing this. It is a OTA rollout so users will get it in batches so do wait for it. [Source]
Update as of July 29: Samsung Galaxy S9 has already intercepted the Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 in many regions. Cut to now, the Big Red aka T-Mobile is rolling it out to its variant of Galaxy S9. The update is OTA so users will have to wait until it is available for them that could take a few days to a few weeks. It is paired with the July 2020 security patch as confirmed by the T-Mobile Support page. [Source]
Update as of August 3: After various regions and variants of Galaxy S9 got the OneUI 2.1 upgrade, the U.S. unlocked variant of this model has finally intercepted the much-anticipated update. This comes as a software version G960U1UEU7ETG1 and comes as an OTA rollout alongside July 2020 security patch to go with it. The notification should arrive on your unit soon.
Update as of August 4: OneUI 2.1 based on Android 10 on Galaxy S9 is available for more than two months now. However, Fido users had to wait all this time just to pick up the update but luckily the wait is about to end. Fido has officially confirmed that Galaxy S9 devices locked with Fido will get OneUI 2.1 upgrade on August 5 i.e. less than a day from today. Stay tuned here for updates. [Source]
Update as of August 6: After rolling out for Brazil just a few days ago, the OneUI 2.1 for Samsung Galaxy S9 is now heading towards the unlocked Canadian units as the latest has been spotted intercepting. The update bears version number G960WVLU7ETG1 and weighs at 1GB and will be available via OTA for the Canadian units with the July 2020 security patch on-board. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy S9+
The elder sibling the standard Galaxy S9, Samsung Galaxy S9+ was announced last year along with Galaxy S9 as well. It sports almost the same specifications as ‘S9’ such as a larger 6.2-inch Super AMOLED display with Corning Gorilla Glass 5. It has the same Snapdragon 845/Exynos 9810 SoC with 6GB RAM and a number of internal storage options. It sports a 3D Touch-like button along with a triple camera set up at the back. Originally it ran on Android Oreo and later it got an upgrade to Android Pie and now, it is waiting to get it’s last Android 10 upgrade.
Download Galaxy S9 Plus Android 10 Firmware
Update as of January 28: Just as it was earlier promised, Galaxy S9+ users are finally getting the much-anticipated Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 in Europe and the US bearing version number G965FXXU7DTAA weighing at 1767.70MB with January 2020 security patch to go with it in Europe while its U.S. counterpart is receiving Android 10 update with version number G965USQUDTA5 weighing 2GB. The update for users locked with AT&T and Verizon should get the update in February.
Update as of Feb 2020: Originally slated to launch on February 24 on Sprint, the update has finally arrived on Sprint followed by the update in Canada on February 29. The update has since been released on T-Mobile and so on.
Update as of April 17: The Samsung Galaxy S9+ OneUI 2.1 is now confirmed for Galaxy S9+. The same should be for Galaxy S9 and Note 9 units.
Update as of June 15: More than a month after it was confirmed to get Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 and almost a month of being in the testing phase, the update has finally arrived.
Update: Post its official rollout, it has since arrived in India, China, and other regions. [Source]
Update as of July 29: Just alongside Galaxy S9, the Galaxy S9+ has too intercepted OneUI 2.1 on its T-Mobile variant as we speak. It was confirmed by a Redditor in a screenshot as well. This is an OTA update so it might take a few days to weeks to finally intercept on your phone. [Source]
Update as of August 3: Along with Galaxy S9, the U.S. unlocked variant of Galaxy S9+ has finally picked up OneUI 2.1 bearing software version number G965U1UEU7ETG1 that brings July 2020 security patch live on the device. Just as with any other OTA rollout, it could take some time to arrive on your device. [Source]
Update as of August 4: Samsung rolled out Android 10-based OneUI 2.1on Samsung Galaxy S9+ devices back in June. Since then, users are waiting for the upgrade that was released in batch manner and of course carriers have their own policies around the updates. After almost two months, Fido in Canada has finally officially declared that it will be rolling out a OneUI 2.1 update to the Galaxy S9 series that includes S9+ as well. The update is scheduled to roll out via OTA on August 5 (less than a day from today). Do check out this space for further updates. [Source]
Update as of August 6: The Canadian variant of Galaxy S9 is getting bumped to OneUI 2.1 based on Android 10. Thus, the Galaxy S9+ too is either getting the update or it is preparing to get one. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Successor the Note 8 series, the Galaxy Note 9 was announced in August last year where it brought high-end specifications such as Adreno 630 GPU, Snapdragon 845/Exynos 9810, a dual camera set up at the back with variable aperture, and two storage options i.e. 6GB/128GB and 8GB/512GB that can be further expanded to a ginormous 1TB using a hybrid slot. With Stylus support, Galaxy Note 9 was shipped with Android 8.1 Oreo out-of-the-box and later got a bump in terms of software with Android Pie and One UI and now, it is waiting to get another major Android 10 update sometime early next year.
Download Galaxy Note 9 Android 10 Firmware
Update as of December 31, 2019: The last day of the year was actually great for Galaxy nOTE 9 users with Exynos SoC as Samsung started rolling out the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 outside the United States. The update with version number N960FXXU4DSLB and was targeted at users who are already a part of the OneUI 2.0 beta program.
Update as of January 2020: Just two days after the update was rolled out for Beta users, Samsung has finally sent out the update to other users of Note 9 as well on January 2nd. Users in India received Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 on January 6 weighing 1.9GB while users in the UK and the US got their required updates on January 13th and 29th respectively.
Update in February 2020: In this month, users in the US with carrier unlocked units intercept the update while Verizon Wireless users got their Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 update on February 19. Sprint is now rolling out Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 to Galaxy Note 9 users as on February 24 followed by a wider rollout in Canada on Feb 29. Users on T-Mobile in the US are intercepting the update as well.
Update as of May 4: The Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 is already under the testing phase and it is confirmed to arrive in June 2020 as per an official comment at least in Korea before anywhere else.
Update as of June 10: Excited for OneUI 2.1? The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has finally arrived as a stable version. It was intercepted in Europe first starting with Germany. With the June 2020 security patch, the update should roll out for other countries as well.
Updates: The Galaxy Note9 has finally intercept the OneUI 2.1 update in India (on June 17). A few days later, it arrived on Verizon branded Note 9 on June 22 followed by unlocked versions in the Netherlands and UK. On June 23, the update was intercepted in UAE along with Kazakshtan and Austria. It has since arrived on the European variants, Bangladesh, Ireland, Iraq, China, Canada, South Africa, and so on.
Update as of July 17: It has arrived on Australia TEL branded version while the update wired through Singapore on July 16.
Update as of July 23: The Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 is now rolling out in Brazil with build number ETG1 via OTA. This should take some time to arrive on your phone which is quite normal and could take days to weeks for the rollout. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy A6 2018
Well, Just like you, we are all waiting for the Android 10 update for our devices. Today Samsung made a surprise entry by rolling Android 10 to its 2018 device called Galaxy A6 2018. The device already received Android 9.0 Pie last year and now we have the next major OS update called Android 10. The update is currently live for the France region with build number A600FNXXU5CTB9. It brings March 2020 Security Patch that offers enhanced system security and based on One UI 2.0.Download Galaxy A6 2018 Android 10 Firmware
Update as of March 13: After releasing the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 update to a handful of A-series smartphones, Samsung has finally released the much-anticipated update on Galaxy A6 (2018) albeit in France at the moment. The update is airborne and carries build number CTB9 with February 2020 security patch. [Source]
Update as of April 2: The update is finally live in Caucasus, Panama, Vietnam, Pland, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Ukraine.
Update as of April 16: The Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 has finally arrived in the Philippines with March 2020 Android security patch. The update arrives with version A600GDXU7CTC6 / A600GOLM7CTC4 / A600GDXU7CTC4 weighing 1565.01MB. [Source]
Update as of July 3: The update has arrived in Indonesia.
Samsung Galaxy A6+
Update as of April 01: Samsung is releasing the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 today in Poland. The software bears version number A605FNXXU5CTC8 and targets SM-A605FN sold in Poland, Europe. It is also upgrading the security patch to March 2020. As it is an OTA rollout, other models and regions will probably pick up the update a few days later as there’s no ETA available for that. [Source]
Update as of April 13: After rolling out to users in Poland, the Galaxy A6+ users in Bangladesh are intercepting this update.
Update as of May 2: Today, the update has finally arrived in Switzerland via OTA so be patient until the update officially arrives on your phone.
Update as of June 24: The Chinese variant of Galaxy A6+ which is known as Galaxy A9 Star Lite in China is finally getting an Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 via OTA. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018)
The first smartphone to bring a quadruple rear camera setup, Samsung Galaxy A9 was launched last year in November. It runs on Android Pie 9.0 as of now while being in mid-ranged specifications with SDM660 paired along with 6/8GB RAM and memory expandable up to 1TB just like any other flagship smartphones from Samsung launched last year. It is in tow to get Android 10 update sometime in early next year according to what we can speculate but there’s no official timeline available yet.
Update as of March 30: At the time of writing this, Samsung Galaxy A9 2018 has started picking up Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 bearing software version number A90FXXU3CTCD. It is an airborne update spotted in Poland at this moment. This yanks up the software to Android 10 as said above and it will soon arrive in other markets where the phone is sold.
Update (May 2020): The Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 has arrived on Galaxy A9 2018 in Indonesia as of May 4 followed by its rollout in China on May 9. [Source]
Update as of June 24: After doing rounds of multiple regions, the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 is now available in Saudi Arabia as an airborne update. Note that it could take days to arrive on your phone so be patient. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy A9 Star
Update as of May 11: Samsung Galaxy A9 Star is a rebranded version of Galaxy A8 Star. After the latter got its Android 11-based OneUI 2.0 upgrade, the Galaxy A9 Star is now getting the required update in Japan as of now. As always, it is an OTA rollout weighing 1554.48MB with an April 2020 security patch. It could take days for the OTA update to intercept on your device which is quite common. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy A8 Star
Update as of April 28: After rolling out the said update to other Galaxy devices, the Galaxy A8 Star is picking up Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 today. The software version number G8850ZCU4CTD8 is released via OTA with an April 2020 security patch to go with it. Note that this means users are required to wait until the update arrives since it is an OTA rollout. [Source]
Update as of June 4: As of today, the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 is rolling out in India consisting of version G885FDXU3CTD8/ G88FODM3CTD8/ G885FDXU3CTD5 weighing 1626.50 MB and with April 2020 security patch level on-board.
Update as of June 8: Galaxy A8 Star is receiving the June 2020 update as of today. The update is also an OTA rollout and thus, it should take some time to get the upgrade shortly. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018)
Next in the lineup is Samsung Galaxy A7 which was announced last year before Galaxy A9. As one of the first smartphones from A-series that might end up getting Android 10 update sometime in early 2020, Galaxy A7 sports a mid-range Exynos 7885 14nm processor. It recently got its upgrade to Android Pie from Android Oreo which means it is in the line to get the last Android 10 upgrade as well.
Update as of March 14: After the Indonesian variant of Galaxy A7 2018 picked up the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 update without any official announcement, the Indian version is getting the upgrade with an official confirmation. It is arriving bearing version number CTBC and weighs around 1.3GB available via OTA. Note that since it is an OTA upgrade, this could take days or weeks to intercept on your device. Meanwhile you can check out Settings >> Software Update >> Download and Install. [Source]
Update as of March 16: The Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 has finally arrived in UAE as of today and can be downloaded via SamMobile’s firmware section for model number SM-A750F and the file size is 3.38GB. [Pic inside]
Update as of April: By the mid-April, the update has arrived in Turkey and later in the Philippines by the end of April 2020.
Samsung Galaxy A80
It’s a totally bizarre phone launched in May 2019, it sports a rotating rear camera setup that rotates 180° to become front camera modules. The device runs on the SDM730 8nm processor paired along with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The phone is currently operating on One UI and Android Pie 9.0.
Finally, Samsung started seeding the new Android 10 update for the Galaxy A80 based on OneUI 2.0. It is rolling via OTA and will soon reach every user globally. Well, the build number for every region differs depend on their model number. So make sure you download the right firmware to install the Samsung Galaxy A80 Android 10 update manually.
Update as of March 13: Also summoned as Galaxy A90, the Samsung Galaxy A80 is picking up Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 as it has been intercepted in various regions. It has a software version number BTC3 with February 2020 security patch and it is available in France as of now. You can check out the Frija tool to find and download the firmware for manual installation. [Source]
Update as of March 16: After arriving in France and a few other regions, the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 for Galaxy A80 is rolling out in India bearing version number A805FXXU4BTC3 packaged with February 2020 as its interception was confirmed by an Indian user as well.
Update as of April 21: After rolling out in certain regions, the Android 10 is hitting the Galaxy A80 devices in China as of today. This is an OTA update and thus, it could take days to weeks before it could reach your phone. [Source]Download Galaxy A80 Android 10 Firmware
Samsung Galaxy A70
Samsung introduced yet another smartphone in the A-series with Galaxy A70 which is without any doubt a higher-end model than Galaxy A50. Samsung introduced Galaxy A70 in April backed with Android Pie 9.0 out-of-the-box and it has some pretty impressive specifications including an SDM675 SoC, 6/8GB RAM and internal storage of 128GB expandable further via microSD card.
Today, Samsung rolled the Android 10 update under OneUI 2.0 for the Galaxy A70 in Ukraine. It is rolling via OTA and will soon reach every user globally. Well, the build number for every region differs depend on their model number. So make sure you download the right firmware to install the Samsung Galaxy A70 Android 10 update manually.
Update as of June 1: The Galaxy A70 has started rolling out the Android 10-based OneUi 2.0 update on its Freedom Mobile variants today. [Source]
Update as of July 7: After Freedom Mobiles, the update is releasing for Rogers locked variants today via OTA so you need to be patient to get the said update. [Source]Download Galaxy A70 Android 10 Firmware
Samsung Galaxy A60
Mid this year, Samsung has released another mid-range smartphone called Galaxy A60 with a 6.3-inch display, SDM675 SoC, 6GB RAM, up to 128GB onboard storage variant, 15W fast charging, and more. The device is running on Android 9.0 Pie on the top of One UI. Therefore, the Android 10 update is close to arriving on Galaxy A60 in early 2020 expectedly. Though there is no info officially.
Update as of April 8: Along with Galaxy J6, the Samsung Galaxy A60 has intercepted Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 with March 2020 Android security patch. It has since arrived in China and South Korea all via OTA and it should arrive only on your device soon. A latest update has been registered with the April 2020 security patch for Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, and alike regions. [Download]
Update as of April 08: Just alongside Galaxy J6, the Galaxy A60 has started intercepting Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 with March 2020 security patch on-board. It is now rolling out for devices with model number A6060 via OTA and thus, it might take a few days or weeks to arrive on your device. It has already been spotted in China and South Korea and others will get it soon as well.
Update as of April 13: The Android 10 update on Samsung Galaxy A60 has finally arrived in Japan as an OTA upgrade so users will have to wait some time to get it on their units. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy A51
Update as of May 7: Samsung Galaxy A51 is now picking up Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 bundled with the April 2020 security patch as of today. The software version number A515FXXU3BTD4/ A515FOJM3BTD4/ A515FXXU3BTD4 weighs 1264.89MB and it is airborne. Our sources state that this is a limited rollout at the moment although a wider rollout is expected gradually which is the same as any other smartphone getting an update. So far, the update is live for users in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Israel, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Morocco, Russia, and Kenya.
Updates (May 2020): The Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 arrived in Japan and Indonesia on May 12 followed by the Philippines on the next day. On May 15, the update arrived in Venezuela followed by Singapore on May 25.
Update as of July 12: The update has since arrived in India as of June 10 and finally, today it is rolling out for users in Croatia as well.
Samsung Galaxy A50
The Galaxy A50 is likely to get the upcoming Android 10 update as it currently runs on Android Pie 9.0 out-of-the-box. About the specifications, it runs on Exynos 9610 10nm octa-core chipset accompanied with 4/6GB RAM and up to 128GB of internal storage. Introduced just in April this year, there is no doubt Samsung will be keeping it updated for at least two years which means Android 10 and Android 11 will join without any doubt.
Update as of March 16: At the time of writing this, the Galaxy A50 has received Android 10 based OneUI 2.0 in Korea. It didn’t take Samsung much longer to reach India when the Galaxy A50 started receiving the update bearing firmware version A505FDDU48TC4 weighin at 1.8GB with February 2020 security patch.
Update: Further, the Galaxy A50 users received the update in Argentina (April 8); Jordan, Turkey, Sudan, UAE and Canada (April 9), followed by other countries including Croatia, Finland, Italy, Salvador, Romania, Indonesia, Chile, Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary, UK, Macedonia, Slovakia, and others. Almost all parts of the world have intercepted the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 in a three months frame.
Update as of July 7: The Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 is ready for Samsung Galaxy A50 as we speak. It is rolling out in batches and as per Samsung support team, should be available in Q3 2020 in the US. It will be rolled out in batches so watch out for the same. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy A40
The phone with a 5.9-inch Super AMOLED waterdrop-shaped notched display and a dual-camera at the back is another device is the A-series slated to get its Android 10 update early next year. Under the hood, it runs on Exynos 7885 14nm SoC paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM, it operates on Android Pie 9.0 so its likely to get the update without any doubt.
Update as of March 16: As confirmed by a Telegram user, Galaxy A40 is finally picking up Android 10-based OneUI 2.0. It is from an Italian us er on Vodafone network although a wider rollout is yet to be confirmed. The user shared a screengrab of the update bearing software version number BTBB/BTB7 weighing at 1.69GB and with the March 2020 security patch on top of it thus, the update is confirmed to be seeding out in Italy via OTA although other regions are expected to get the update soon.
Update as of April 20: Today, the Android 10 on Galaxy A40 is intercepting in the UK so watch out for the airborne update.
Samsung Galaxy A30
The budget-friendly Galaxy A30 hosts an Exynos 7904 octa-core SoC similar to Galaxy M30. Launched in March this year, it runs on Android Pie out-of-the-box.
Back in December 2019, Samsung has stared its testing of One UI 2.0 based on Android 10 on their Samsung Galaxy A30. We already shared the Android 10 for Galaxy A30 in China and Hong Kong. Whereas the Global variant of Galaxy A30 will receive its Android 10 update only in March.
Update as of February 13: After hitting the A50s devices, the Android 10 update has finally arrived on Samsung Galaxy A30 as it was confirmed today itself. This update is basically for its Indian unit and bears software version number BTB3 weighing at 1.4GB available via OTA. This will bump the OS on Galaxy A30 to Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 with February 2020 security patch. As it is an OTA upgrade, users should receive the notification or they can visit the Software Updates section of the phone to see if it is listed or not.
Update as of February 19: Just after the Indian variant of Galaxy A30 received Android 10-based OneUI 2.0, the European unit is getting the major upgrade bearing software version number BTB3 weighing at 1.5GB and with February 2020 security patch on both.
Further Updates: After arriving on the European variant, the update has since arrived on the Indonesian variant (BTB3), in Pakistan bearing version number BTB3 and Brazil on March 11. Finally, it was spotted in Kenya on April 21 and this is an OTA rollout so you need to wait until it officially arrives. Although the Frija tool could help.Download Galaxy A30 Android 10 update
Samsung Galaxy A20
This device runs on Exynos 7884 SoC and sports a large 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with a teardrop-shaped notch and a dual-camera setup at the back. Introduced in April with Android Pie 9.0 out-of-the-box bundled with Samsung One UI, it is slated to get a bump with Android 10 update somewhat in the first or second quarter of 2020 although these are just speculations as of now.
Update: After Galaxy A20e got its Android 10 upgrade, it was a high time for Galaxy A20 to get the update and it did. Starting from April 27, reports started pouring in about Galaxy A20 intercepting Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 across various regions starting with Australia, Philippines, Chile, Vietnam, Russia and others bearing firmware version BTD3/BTD2 with April 2020 security patch.
Since then, Galaxy A20 units in Mexico (May 15), Indonesia (May 18), India with VoWi-Fi (June 5), and Verizon branded Galaxy A20 in the US on July 3 had intercepted the update. According to some users, users in the United States bearing build number BTE6 with May 2020 Android security patch had intercepted the update.
Update as of July 14: As of today, Samsung Galaxy A20 was bumped to Android 10-based One UI 2.0 in the United States for Boost Mobile and Metro PCS locked phones. After than, the update arrived for Galaxy A20 from T-Mobile, Virgin Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular as well.
Samsung Galaxy A20e
Similar to Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e, this is a lite version of Galaxy A20 and sports the same processor, RAM and storage, a smaller 5.8-inch PLS TFT display. It is also among the few smartphones from South Korean juggernaut Samsung to get Android 10 update sometime in 2020.
Estimated Date: To Be Announced [Early 2020*]
Samsung Galaxy A10
The basic model Galaxy A10 features the same Exynos 7884 SOC as Galaxy A20 but features a single camera at the back and has a 2GB RAM and 32GB internal storage option. Currently, it runs on Android Pie 9.0 and there are hints that it will attract Android 10 updates as well although in a later part of 2020 if we are not wrong.
Estimated Date: To Be Announced [Early 2020*]
Samsung Galaxy M40
It comes with a bigger 19.5:9 aspect ratio display, Snapdragon 675 chipset coupled with 4GB/6GB RAM and 64GB/128GB internal memory options. The cool-looking smartphone features a triple rear camera and a punch-hole selfie camera. It runs on Android 9.0 Pie over One UI and will receive the Android 10 update by the second quarter of 2020 most probably.
Update as of March 6: Unlike other smartphones in the Galaxy M-series, Galaxy M40 had a smooth ride when it comes to its Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 update. Arrived today with March 2020 security patch, users can check out for the update bearing software version number M405FDDU2BTB5/M40GODM2BTBS/M40FDDU2BSL2 in an OTA rollout that should intercept on your device sooner or later. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy M31s
Update: Samsung Galaxy M31s is the latest offering from Samsung’s M-series lineup. It is an upgrade over its predecessor M30 and runs on the latest Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 out-of-the-box. No doubt it is in tow to get Android 11 soon.
Samsung Galaxy M30
Introduced as the high-end model from the trio, Galaxy M30 brings a number of specifications that make it a likely candidate to get Android 10 update almost in the second quarter or so of 2020. It runs on Exynos 7904 SoC paired with 4GB RAM and up to 1TB of external memory support. It currently runs on Android Oreo 8.1 and hasn’t attracted Android Pie slated to be rolled out in June-July this year. Let’s assume that it might or might not get an Android 10 update.
Update as of December 12, 2019: Tagging along Galaxy M20, the Galaxy M30 too has finally intercepted Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 in India in an OTA update bearing software version number M305FDDU3CSL4 weighing around a gigabyte. It has not yet arrived elsewhere as of today.
Samsung Galaxy M20
The Galaxy M20 falls between M30 and M10. It currently sports the same Exynos 7904 octa-core SoC as Galaxy M30 and offers RAM up to 4GB and an internal storage max at 64GB.
Update as of December 12, 2019: To surprise, Samsung Galaxy M20 was listed as the one among Galaxy S10 series and other flagships devices to get Android 10 and now it is here. First intercepted in India, the update is now live in India as we speak. It possesses software version number M20FDDU3CSL4 weighing 2022MB in size and arrives with the December 2019 security patch.
Update as of February 7, 2020: After rolling out for India, Kenya, Iraq, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and other regions, the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 is finally arriving in Europe as it was recently spotted on various European units. The list includes variants in Greece, Luxembourg, Germany while countries such as Uktrain, Netherlands, and Caucasus countries are expected to get the update soon. It arrives with software version number M205FNEEU3CTA3 with a new January 2020 security patch which is anyday better than those with the December 2019 patch.Download Galaxy M20 Android 10 update
Samsung Galaxy M10
Launched as a replacement to Samsung J-series, Galaxy M10 is a budget-friendly phone of the trio and runs on Exynos 7870 processor. About the OS, it has Android Oreo 8.1 pre-installed backed by Samsung’s Experience 9.5 and hasn’t yet received an Android Pie update. This makes it a little uncanny that it won’t receive an Android 10 update.
Update as of July 22: All other Galaxy M-series devices have intercepted Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 to some degree but not Galaxy M10. Cut to now, we have a confirm intel that Galaxy M10’s Android 10 update is under testing phase and should be released between August 1st to September 1st at least in Turkey as per a listing posted by Samsung Turkey. This means the update for other regions could arrive sooner or later so that’s a relief for sure. [Source]
Update as of August 6: The Galaxy M10 was scheduled to get Android 11 in August and seems like the company is working towards it. A user has posted a screenshot of an Android 10 going live in Iraq that upgrades the firmware on Galaxy M10 to Android 10. It is still a mystery if the update has rolled out in Iraq only or if it has arrived in other countries as well. Stay tuned here for more information about it. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo
Update as of July 15: After a month of reports coming in teasing Android 10 for Galaxy J7 Duo, Samsung has finally started rolling out the update to J7 Du units. True for India at this moment, the update bearing version number J720FDDU6CTG2 / J720FODM6CTG2 / J2720FXXU6CTFS weighs at 1255MB with July 1, 2020, security patch and it is rolling out via OTA update in Indian variant. This confirms that the update for other regions will be out soon, however, we aren’t aware of the ETA yet. Click here to manually download the update and install it.
Samsung Galaxy J6
The 5.6-inch Super AMOLED standard form design makes Galaxy J6 an interesting smartphone today when almost all smartphones have opted to some sort of notches. The Galaxy J6 sports Exynos 7870 14nm processor and recently got promoted with Android Pie 9.0 update and One UI as well. Based on the sources, it is also in tow to get Android 10 update although even if it receives it, the update will be last and there won’t be any further Android updates as its two-years support period would end in May 2020.
Update as of April 8: At last, Samsung Galaxy J6 users are getting Android 10-based OneUI 2.0. It has an extensive changelog since it is receiving both Android 10 and OneUI 2.0 together. It is releasing in batches so you’ll have to wait to receive it. The update comes with the March 2020 Android security patch when others are getting the April 2020 patch.
Update: The Android 10 upgrade for Galaxy J6 has arrived in Japan (April 8), Romania (May 6), Mexico and Indonesia (May 15 and 16, respectively) among other regions.
Update as of June 30: The Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 is finally seeding in for Indian units with the latest June 2020 security patch. It is airborne and you must get the notification pretty soon.
Update: The update is now live on Bangladesh and it is airborne so you’ll get the notification of the same soon.
Samsung Galaxy J6+
Introduced a few months after the standard Galaxy J6, Galaxy J6+ was introduced last year in October 2019 featuring a bigger 6-inch IPS LCD display and it is powered by SDM425, Adreno 308 and 3/4GB RAM. It presently runs on Android Oreo 8.1 and slated to get its share of Android Pie 9.0 in a few weeks as well. This means it could receive Android 10 by Q2 or Q3 of 2020 if indeed it receives it but we aren’t sure since Samsung hasn’t officiated the same.
Estimated Date: To Be Announced [Q2/Q3 in 2020*]
Samsung Galaxy J8
Finally, the last device to make it to this “List of Android 10 Support Samsung Galaxy Devices” is the Samsung Galaxy J8 which has been substituted by the M series. The Galaxy J8 sports a 6-inch Super AMOLED display and it is backed by SDM450 octa-core processor with Adreno 506 GPU and finally, a 3/4GB RAM variant. It was introduced with Android Oreo 8.0 and later received an upgrade to Android Pie 9.0. It is estimated to get Android 10 update and we suspect it to be in early 2020 or a later period without any doubt.
Update as of July 14: Earlier reported to arrive in August and September as per Samsung Turkey, the Galaxy J8 users in Russia are getting Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 at the time of writing this. The update bearing software version J810FPUU4CTG3 arrives with July 2020 security patch. This also means that users in other regions will still have to wait until the update is rolled out in their regions and it could take a few days to a few weeks. The update is airborne although you can click here to manually install it.
Update as of July 21: Also known as On8 and vice versa, Galaxy J8 users in India can finally upgrade to Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 with July 2020 security patch with it. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy On8
Update as of July 14: Samsung Galaxy On8 is a rebranded Galaxy J8 and since the later is rolling out Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 in Russia, so is the former. The update bearing software version number J810FPUU4CTG3 is rolling out via OTA update and should arrive on your phone in some days if not less. Users in other regions will have to wait to hear more about it. [Source]
Update as of July 21: It’s here. Finally, Samsung Galaxy On8 users can upgrade to Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 in India with the latest July 2020 security patch. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy Xcover FieldPro
The handset is expected to release officially in November 2019. It has a 5.1-inch IPS LCD display, runs on Android 9.0 Pie. The device is powered by Exynos 9810 SoC, coupled with the Mali-G72 MP18 GPU. It has 3GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage (expandable up to 1TB via a MicroSD card). It’s expected that the Android 10 stable update may arrive in Q3 2020. Though there is no official confirmation on it. Estimated Date: To Be Announced [Q2/Q3 in 2020*]
Samsung Galaxy A70s
The 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display packed Galaxy A70s was released in Sept 2019 with Android 9 Pie on the top of One UI. Under the hood, the device is powered by Snapdragon 675 chipset and paired with Adreno 612 GPU. It has a triple rear camera setup and packs up to 8GB RAM/128GB storage. The handset may get the Android 10 update by mid-2020 expectedly. However, Samsung hasn’t mentioned anything yet.
Update as of March 12: After pulling it back in the third week of February, the Samsung Galaxy A70s is now picking up Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 In Ukraine. Fast forward, the update was reported to be live in other regions as well such as in India. The update weighing at 2060.99MB has a version number A70FNXXU5BTC2/ A705FNOXM5BTC2/ A705FNXXU5BTB9 and it is coming along with a February 2020 security patch. It has been spotted arriving in India as well as users confirming the same on Samsung’s community. It is an OTA rollout so expect a bit of delay to arrive on all units across all regions. [Source]
Update as of May 7: Galaxy A70s in China is picking up the Android 10 update as of now. This was confirmed by a user on Twitter as well. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy A20s
This is an entry-level budget category smartphone features a 6.5-inches IPS LCD HD+ display along with SDM450 SoC, 3GB/4GB RAM, 32GB/64GB internal storage, Android 9.0 Pie, and more. Now, talking about the latest Android OS version update, Android 10 should come around the second or third quarter of 2020 most probably. Though this is just a speculation for now. Estimated Date: To Be Announced [Q2/Q3 in 2020*]
Samsung Galaxy M30s
The much-powerful Galaxy M30s is an awesome upgrade as compared to the standard Galaxy M30 model. The Galaxy M30s comes with the 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display, Android 9 Pie over One UI, 10nm process-based Exynos 9611 SoC, up to 6GB RAM & 128GB internal storage option. The device will get the Android 10 update in the first or second quarter of 2020 expectedly. We have to wait for the official announcement.
Update as of March 16: Samsung originally scheduled the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 for Galaxy M30s in April. Turns out the update was already in India as confirmed by a user bearing model number SM-M307F in India. The update bearing software version number M307FXXUBTC6 weighs at 1.4GB and it is rolling out as an OTA update. No doubt it could arrive on your phone ahead of others and vice versa so don’t get freaked out.
Update as of May 13: Android 10 has arrived in a number of regions w.r.t. Galaxy M30s. Today, it was reported that it has finally made its way to China in an OTA rollout.
Update as of June 5: Next up, it’s Indonesian units that are intercepting the update with an old March 2020 security patch on-board.
Update as of June 11: Now it’s time for Germany as users in the country have reported encountering the update with the same old March 2020 security patch since in Indian and Indonesian units in May. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy M10s
It’s an entry-level budget category smartphone launched in September 2019. The device packs the Exynos 7884B SoC, a bigger Supper AMOLED display. It has a single 3GB/32GB variant and runs on Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box. It will receive an Android 10 update by second quarter of 2020 most probably.
Update as of June 05: Even though it is discontinued after the arrival of Galaxy M11 and M21, it is still up for a few minor and major upgrades. One of them is Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 and luckily enough, Galaxy M10s is finally getting its major upgrade. The update is arriving for units in India with version number BTE5 with May 2020 security patch to go with it. Moreover, users have also received a few features including VoWiFI support on their Galaxy M10s devices. It is an OTA update so you will have to wait until it arrives via notification or you can go to Frija and download the firmware for a manual upgrade. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G
As the name suggests, the Samsung galaxy Fold 5G is the latest foldable display smartphone from Samsung. The handset was announced in early 2019 but officially released in September 2019. The device can be used in both folded and unfolded condition easily. It has a 7.3-inch foldable dynamic AMOLED display and the 4.6-inch Super AMOLED display when folded (cover display). The device has some of the best-in-class specifications like SDM855 SoC, HDR10+, 5G support, 12GB/512GB variant, etc. The handset runs on 9.0 Pie and expected to receive the Android 10 update by early 2020 most probably if not get by the end of 2019. We’re keeping an eye on it.
The updates for Galaxy Fold 5G are similar to Galaxy Fold (4G). Thus, it has received Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 as well.
Samsung Galaxy Fold
It’s the sibling of the Galaxy Fold 5G model with almost the same features, design, and specifications as well except the carrier network connectivity. This is a standard Galaxy Fold device with 3G/4G connectivity. It’s also running on Android 9 Pie and will get the Android 10 update along with the Galaxy Fold 5G model.
Update as of March 27: After its flagship siblings got the upgrade, Galaxy Fold users were eagerly waiting for Android 10 on Galaxy Fold. Today, the update is now arriving on Galaxy Fold and the catch is, instead of upgrading to OneUI 2.0 like any other Samsung device, Fold is getting OneUI 2.1 with the March 2020 security patch available with a size of 2.3GB. The update has since arrived in France with version number F900FXXU3BTCD and it is available via OTA. [Source]
Update as of April 2020: Samsung Galaxy Fold is rolling out the said Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 to multiple regions. It has already arrived in France and now, it is arriving in the UK region as of April 1 bearing build number F907BXXU3BTC9. Fast forward, the same update is now available in Korea, US unlocked variants (OneUI 2.0), KSA, AT&T Locked U.S. variants (OneUI 2.0), Singapore, and China. Note that some devices here have received OneUI 2.0 while some have intercepted OneUI 2.1.
Update as of May 2020: Almost after a month of arriving in China, the Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 is intercepting units in New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, and finally in Japan as of May 19. It is also upgraded to May 2020 security patch level as we speak. On May 22, Galaxy Fold intercepted the update in Thailand which is the latest that we know of at this moment. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Pro
The 10.1-inches display tablet comes with a stylus pen features Snapdragon 710 chipset, 4GB RAM, 64GB onboard memory, a humongous 7600mAh battery, and more. It comes with Android 9 Pie version out-of-the-box and may get the Android 10 update by the third quarter of 2020 expectedly. But we can’t assure the exact update timeline right now. Estimated Date: To Be Announced [Q3 in 2020*]
Samsung Galaxy A90 5G
This year Samsung has released another flagship Snapdragon 855 SoC packed 5G smartphone called Galaxy A90 5G. It has a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Always-on display, One UI based on Android 9 Pie, 8GB/128GB variant, a triple rear camera setup, and more. The reports are coming out that Samsung may push the Android 10 update to this device in early 2020 if not received by the end of 2019.Download Galaxy A90 5G Android 10 update
Samsung Galaxy A30s
The Galaxy A30s was released in September 2019 with an HD+ display, Exynos 7904 processor, up to 4GB/128GB variant, an in-display fingerprint sensor, etc.
Update as of January 28: Last month, Galaxy A30 was testing out Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 and now, it is here. It was delayed to March, a latest update states that the wait for A30 users is over. The update is rolling out to Galaxy A30 users in India with software version number BTB3 weighing at 1.4GB. This is an OTA update and users should receive a notification for the same and it could be ahead of other users.
Update as of February 19: After its release in India last month, Android 10 has finally made its way to Europe as of today. It was recently spotted in Serbia bearing version number BTB3 weighing at 1.5GB with February 2020 security patch on-board.
Update: At the end of February, Galaxy A30 users in Indonesia have intercepted the update on February 25 followed by Pakistani variant on February 26.
Further Updates: According to the timeline, Galaxy A30 users received Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 in Brazil on March 11 and later on, the update arrived in Kenya on April 21. [Source]
Update: The Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 has since arrived in regions including Ecuador (April 23), Pakistan (May 7), Mexico (May 21), KSA (May 25), Indonesia (June 4), and lastly Chile as on June 11 weighing at 1511.51MB. Since it is an OA rollout, this could take some time to arrive on your phone. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy A50s
The Samsung Galaxy A50s is another mid-range budget device launched in 2019. The FullView display design with a dot drop notch display makes this smartphone so good looking. The 10nm octa-core Exynos 9611 SoC is quite powerful to handle day-to-day tasks very easily with Mali-G72 MP3 GPU. It has the 4GB/6GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of internal storage options.
Samsung rolled Android 10 to the mid-range Galaxy A50S. The update brings all-new One UI 2.0 along with February 2020 Security patch. It weighs approximately 1.2GB in size and now available live in the Vietnam region. If you haven’t received it, you can manually download and install Samsung Galaxy A50S Android 10 with One UI 2.0 update.Download Galaxy A50S Android 10 update
Samsung Galaxy Note10+
Just like every year, this year (2019) Samsung has launched its most popular and powerful Note-series smartphones like the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ models. The 6.8-inch dynamic AMOLED display with S-Pen, flagship Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9825 chipset, 12GB RAM, up to 512GB storage, quad-rear cameras, ultrasonic under-display fingerprint sensor, etc are one of the highlighted features of the Note 10+ model. Samsung has already released the One UI 2.0 Android 10 Beta 3 update for the Galaxy Note 10 Plus model. Therefore, the stable Android 10 update is somewhere around the corner. Third Android 10 Beta update rolled
Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G
The specifications and features are almost the same in the Galaxy Note10+ 5G model just like the Galaxy Note10+. But as the name suggests, the Galaxy Note10+ 5G has 5G connectivity. The variant came with Android 9 Pie with One UI out-of-the-box. Samsung hasn’t released the Android 10 beta update for the 5G variant. But we can expect the stable Android 10 update for this variant by early 2020. Currently, we don’t have any official info on it.Download Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G Android 10 Update Download Verizon Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G Android 10 Update Download T-Mobile Galaxy Note 10+ 5G Android 10 Update
Samsung Galaxy Note10 5G
The Galaxy Note10 series launched in August 2019 that includes the Galaxy Note10 5G variant as well. The 6.3-inch dynamic AMOLED display device features HDR10+, Always-on display. It’s powered by the same processor which we can find in the Galaxy Note10+ model respectively. There are some changes in the camera and battery department. The device runs on One UI based on Android 9 Pie version. Just like the Note10+ 5G model, this model may also receive the Android 10 update by early 2020. Still, we have to wait for actual confirmation from Samsung.Download Korean Galaxy Note 10 5G Android 10 Update Download Verizon Galaxy Note 10 5G Android 10 Update
Samsung Galaxy Note10
The Galaxy Note10 is one of the much-awaited flagship Note-series smartphones by Samsung in 2019 after the last-gen Galaxy Note 9. The display aspect ratio with quality, awesome form-factor, flagship SDM855/Exynos 9825 chipset, 8GB/256GB variant, brilliant triple rear cameras, etc are just overwhelming. Samsung has shown its excellence in the Note10 series this year. It came with 9.0 Pie (One UI) and in the month of October, Samsung has pushed the Android 10 beta for Galaxy Note10. So, the Android 10 stable update is just about to knock the door soon.Download Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Android 10 Update
Samsung Galaxy A10s
The Galaxy A10s is one of the entry-level devices from Samsung this year packs the octa-core Helio P22 SoC, 3GB RAM, 32GB storage, and more. However, in terms of the price range, the handset is competing with some of the similar category smartphones. The device runs on Android 9.0 Pie right now. Though there is no confirmation available from the company yet. It seems that due to hardware limitations, the device may not get the stable Android 10 update.
Update as of April 1: After many of its siblings got the much-anticipated upgrade, the bottom of the barrel aka Galaxy A10s is finally intercepting the update. It is an Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 bearing version number A107FXXU5BTCB weighing at a hefty 2.66GB in size and along with a March 2020 security patch. It must have sacrificed some of the features on OneU1 2.1 given certain hardware limitations. The update is firstly relayed through Malaysia via OTA.
Update: The Android 10-based OneUI has arrived in Kenya for Galaxy A10s users as on April 21 followed by Pakistan on May 7. The latest update states it is now available in India as of June 16 as confirmed by fellow Twitter users. It bears software version number A107FXXU5BTD3/BTCB/A107FODM5BTD3 and it has a March 2020 security patch on-board although it carried Core 2.0 so do check if you have intercepted OneUI 2.0 or 2.1. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy A10e
It’s the lite version of the Galaxy A10 model that features the same processor, same memory just like the Galaxy A10. The device is currently running on the Android 9 Pie version and the stable Android 10 update is on its way to arrive around the third or fourth quarter of 2020 most probably. Stay tuned as we will keep updating the info.
Update as of June 15: As it was earlier reported, the Galaxy A10e users locked with Rogers are getting the much-anticipated Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 as of today. The process could take a few days to weeks as it is an OTA upgrade. There’s no word on the upgrade arriving on Galaxy A10e variants around the globe but it will soon. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
The 10.5-inch Galaxy Tab S6 was launched in August 2019 with flagship-grade specifications like SDM855 SoC, up to 8GB RAM & 256GB internal storage, massive 7040mAh battery, an in-display fingerprint sensor, and more. It also has a stylus pen support and runs on Android 9.0 Pie over One UI. The Android 10 update may arrive on this device in the second or third quarter of 2020 expectedly. However, Samsung hasn’t revealed any info yet.
Update as of April 3: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 became one of the first devices to get Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 on April 3rd, the same day when Galaxy Note10 and S10 users are getting their share of OneUI 2.1 update. As of now, it is an OTA update released in Germany with a March 2020 security patch bearing version number T865XXU2BTC7 as we speak. The update will arrive in Europe in coming days while users in the US will have to wait a bit longer.
Update: Post its rollout, the Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 has arrived in The Netherlands, Switzerland, Romania, Philippines, Qatar followed by in the US (Wi-Fi variant). Post that, it has arrived in Brazil, Australia, India, and the latest on T-Mobile branded Galaxy Tab S6 in the US as on June 29.
Update as of April 24: The Galaxy Tab S6 on Verizon is picking up Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 along with the unlocked variants across various regions. The update bearing software version number QP1A.190711.020.T867VVRU2BTC4 is packaged with the March 2020 security patch and it is rolling out as an airborne update so it is possible that the day it intercepts your unit may vary. [Source]
Further Updates: As of today, the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 on Tab S6 has been picked up by variants in Qatar, US, Brazil, Australia, India, and the latest being T-Mobile branded variant in the US as of June 29.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019)
The tablet was launched in July 2019 and came with Wi-Fi & LTE variant. It has an entry-level Snapdragon 429 SoC, 2GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, and runs on Android 9 Pie. The device may receive the Android 10 update in the middle of 2020. Although this is speculation right now.
Update as of July 14: The wait is over for Galaxy Tab A 8.0 2019 users as they are finally getting the much-anticipated Android 10 update. The update bearing build number T290XXU3BTG1 with July 2020 security patch weighs 1491MB and it is being rolled out via OTA. It has already arrived in India as per a user on Samsung’s community forum which means you will soon get the Android 10 flavored OneUI 2.1 on your device. [Source]
Update as of August 4: The Tab 8.0 2019 picked up the much-anticipated Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 last month with its Indian variant receiving it. Cut to now, the floodgate to the update has opened and the U.S. variant of Galaxy Tab 8.0 2019 is now intercepting the update as we speak. The update bearing version number T290XXU3BTG1 is arriving with the July 2020 security patch. Samsung has officially confirmed it on its online update tracker and a number of users have already spotted it and posted screenshots of the same on the web. As it is a batch rollout, it should arrive on your tablet shortly. [Source 1, 2]
Update as of August 8: Galaxy Tab A 8.0 has already received Android 10 upgrade but not all its variants have the update. Until today, there was no clue on when the units at Telus and Fido in Canada will get the Android 10 upgrade, however, it is now confirmed that the update isn’t that far. Based on software update tracker of respective carriers, it is clear that Telus Galaxy A 8.0 users will get the upgrade starting August 18 while Fido users will commence getting the upgrade in November 2020. Note that even if the update is available and serving to users, it could still take days to weeks to reach on your device.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 with S-Pen (2019)
It’s also known as Samsung Galaxy Tab A Plus 8 device was released in April 2019. It has the S Pen or stylus and runs on Android 9 Pie (One UI). Samsung may push out the Android 10 update to this device by mid-2020 although there is no official info available yet.
Update as of July 3: The Galaxy Tab A 2019 with S Pen was to get the update alongside Tab S5e, however, the former was spared. Today, the Galaxy Tab A 2019 with S Pen is finally intercepting Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 with the latest July 2020 security patch. It is arriving for the LTE model while the Wi-Fi model should get the update soon. [Source]
Update: The update has since arrived in multiple regions including Thailand, Cambodia, Chile, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines, etc.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S4
Update as of June 23: After appearing on various sites and then confirmed by Samsung Turkish wing, the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 has finally arrived on Samsung Galaxy Tab S4. It has a version number CTF5 and comes with a June 2020 security patch.
Update: The update is doing the rounds of countries with Canada and the US getting it on June 26 followed by European countries with Bulgaria getting it on July 9 and Romania on July 11. The update is still rolling and should arrive on your tab soon as it could take days and weeks to rollout in full.
Update as of July 18: The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 in the UK is now getting Android 10-based OneUI 2.1 on its unlocked variant as we speak. It is an OTA update and thus, it could take days to arrive on your unit so have patience. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4s
The Galaxy Xcover 4s is one of the PLS TFT display devices from Samsung in 2019. The HD+ 16:9 aspect ratio with physical navigation keys offer a traditional Samsung smartphone look. It runs on Android 9.0 Pie and will get the update of Android 10 in the second or third quarter of 2020. However, not confirmed officially.
Update as January 29: The Galaxy XCover 4s with model number SM-G398FN has been spotted running Android 10. It is yet to rollout on a wider scale to the public. There’s no ETA available on when to expect it on XCover 4s.
Update as April 28: After almost two months after the XCover 4s was spotted on Geekbench, the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 has rolled out on XCover 4s. The software version G398FNXXU4BTC7 is arriving via OTA on the eligible units with an April 2020 security patch. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e
Early this year, Samsung has released another tablet device that comes in Wi-Fi and LTE variant called Galaxy Tab S5e. It has a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display, Snapdragon 670 SoC, paired with 4GB/6GB of RAM, 64GB/128GB of internal storage, side-mounted fingerprint sensor, and more. The device is running on One UI based on Android 9 Pie and will get the Android 10 update by early 2020 if we’re not wrong. Though we have to wait for official confirmation.
Update: Galaxy Tab S5e was slated to get Android 10 upgrade in June 2020, however, it was speculated to get the upgrade between July 1 and August 1, 2020 which puts credibility to Samsung Turkish’s claims as well.
Anyways, Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e is finally intercepting the Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 at least in UK bearing software version number T725XXU1BTF7 with June 2020 security patch.
Update as of July 9: For the last one week, Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e users in China (July 1), India (July 7), and Serbia (July 9) have intercepted the update.
Update as of July 18: Users in the Netherlands can check out Android 10-based OneUi 2.0 with June 2020 security patch on their Tab S5e units. It is an OTA update as with others so you may have to wait for a few days to intercept it.
Update as of August 4: After updating the firmware to Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 in various regions, Galaxy S5e users in the U.S. and Canada can take a breath of fresh air as the said update is rolling out for them too. The update is for Wi-Fi Only models and packs in software version number XAR-T720XXU1BT3 and XAC-T720XXU1BTG3 for the U.S. and Canada respectively. Both the updates are about 2GB in size and arrive with June 2020 security patch level on-board. It is an OTA rollout and thus, it will take sometime to arrive only with our device. [US, Canada]
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019)
This is the higher variant of Tab A 8.0 (2019) model with some of the hardware changes. The Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019) has the IPS LCD display, Exynos 7904 SoC, up to 3GB RAM & 128GB storage options. It came with One UI (Pie) and is expected to get Android 10 around the second or third quarter of 2020.
Update as of July 16: After waiting for a few months and a few ways to get Android 10-like features via LineageOS 17.1 and other custom ROMs, the official Android 10 is now rolling out for Galaxy Tab A 10.1 2019 counting both LTE and Wi-Fi only models. The update arrived bundled with OneUI 2.1 allowing users to test the best of both worlds. Talking about the update, the update for it’s Wi-Fi Only model has been spotted in Korea and Italy while LTE units in Vietnam, India, Czech Republic (T-Mobile) and Austria (T-Mobile) and it is an airborne update. If you are using a Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019), you’ll soon intercept the update.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5
Update as of July 14: After waiting for a few months, Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5 is receiving an Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 update with July 2020 Android security patch. The update bears version number T590XXU3CTF9 and it is airborne in the UK and Korea at the moment. Users in other regions will have to wait to intercept it. A user confirmed the interception of the OTA update as well. [Source]
Samsung Galaxy A8s
The punch-hole selfie camera-enabled Galaxy A8s came in December 2018. It has the bigger 6.4-inches display, SDM710 SoC, runs on Android 9 Pie (One UI), triple rear cameras, fast charging, etc.
Samsung Galaxy A8S in China started receiving the latest Android 10 update which brings new features based on Android 10 and OneUI 2.0. If you have not received the update, you can manually install the firmware to enjoy Android 10 on your device.Download Samsung Galaxy A8s Android 10 Update
List of AOSP Android 10 Custom ROM for Samsung
Here are the list of Android 10 custom ROM for Samsung device.
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus: Click Here
- Samsung Galaxy A30: Click Here
- Samsung Galaxy A20: Click Here
- Samsung Galaxy A70: Click Here
- Samsung Galaxy S7: Click Here
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e: Click Here