Update Party: Official Samsung Android 10-based One UI 2.0 update roadmap surfaces
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Samsung is yet to send out the stable Android 10 update to any of its devices. That's a tad disappointing, considering other companies like OnePlus, Xiaomi, Huawei, and Asus have all released the Android 10 update to their current flagships. Samsung will join that list shortly, however, going by the company's official Android 10 update roadmap.
According to the release, the Galaxy S10 phones will receive the update in January 2020. That includes the S10, S10e, and S10+. The 5G models aren't listed but we expect them to get the update alongside their 4G compatriots. The S10 phones have already received seven beta updates, so this is about par. Interestingly, the Galaxy M20 will also receive the update in January.
The Galaxy S9, S9+, Note 9, Note 10, and Note 10+ will all receive the update in February. We're not sure why Samsung always sends out OS updates to the Galaxy S series ahead of the newer Note phones. The Galaxy A30 and M30 will also get the update in February.
The rest of the update schedule is as follows:
April 2020 - A50s, A70, A9 (2018), A80, Tab S6
May 2020 - A6, A6+, A7 (2018), A30s, A50
June 2020 - J6, A10, A20, A20s
July 2020 - J6+, J7 Duo, Tab S5e, Tab S4, Tab A, J8
August 2020 - Tab A (S-Pen), Tab A (2018, 10.5)
September 2020 - Galaxy Tab-A