Samsung has finally released the official stable build for Android 10 OS for its Galaxy Note 10 series. The company has started the rollout of the update in Germany for those who participated in the Open Beta program. It is available for both Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+.
The new update brings a major Android OS update alongside Samsung’s One UI 2.0 custom skin. The company had revealed its beta program for this update several weeks ago which is finally available as an official stable version for Galaxy Note 10 owners. Open Beta programs are essentially early unpolished builds that are crucial for the company to test and develop a bug-free stable build for its users.
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According to previous reports, Samsung was initially expected to update the Galaxy S10 series around Christmas in December 2019, while the Galaxy Note 10 receives it sometime next year. However, the South Korean tech giant has already started the rollout of the Android 10 update for the Galaxy S10 series over the past couple of weeks.
As of right now, the update is only available for those who were a part of the One UI 2.0 beta program for the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. Hence, other users across the globe are expected to receive the update within the next few days. Previously, Samsung had released a roadmap for the Android 10 update for its Galaxy smartphones. Although, the company is now seemingly ahead of its own schedule by weeks with this quick pace.
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