Samsung has been rolling out its Android 10 update for the Galaxy S10 series for just a week or so at this point but it’s already expanding rapidly. As of today, Samsung is rolling out the Android 10 update in 8 different markets.
Unfortunately, US users still haven’t picked up Android 10 on their devices just yet, but Samsung is clearly ramping things up. As mentioned last week, Samsung started the rollout in Germany and the UK, Spain, and India followed closely behind.
In addition to those markets, SamMobile reports that Poland, Ireland, Vietnam, and the UAE are all getting the Android 10 rollout as well.
Samsung’s Android 10 update for the Galaxy S10 in these markets carries the same changelog as others. One UI 2.0 is on board with features including gesture navigation, improved dark mode, and a plethora of other features and improvements.
As mentioned, you’ll be waiting a bit longer to get this update in the United States. According to one roadmap, the update may arrive as soon as January though, so you won’t be waiting too long.
More on Samsung:
- Samsung Galaxy S10’s public Android 10 rollout begins, starting with Germany
- Android 10 roadmap hints at January 2020 release for Note 10 and S10
- Samsung improves its face unlock on Android 10 so it won’t fooled by a picture
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